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Sep 23, 2013, 18:44
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Not Sure...
I started this and it is becoming a free form jazz odyssey.

   

I am not sure how much more I want to add.

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Sep 24, 2013, 06:22
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cool looking piece, if you want it to be underwater (as aforementioned) I would add 1 or 2 bubbles,
maybe make it an underwater utopia (adding a light or two to the castle & a small lit up town/city in the background/distance or foreground with a small wavy distorted look, further implying its underwater.

or if you want a night-scene, you could add some branch lightning.

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Sep 24, 2013, 13:06
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I started working it as a sunken ruins. I also thought about a sharks or other fish. I based my water effects off this tutorial here. The light shafts didn't look quite right to me, so I use fuzzy white paint brush and did a zoom blur. Also my view is looking up from the bottom so I felt like at most I should see some rocks and the ruins.

I will look for some jellyfish or other marine life to put in there. Personally I think Lovecraft had a fish fetish but a giant squid is too Capt. Nemo. lol

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Sep 25, 2013, 01:29
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(Sep 24, 2013 13:06)Wendy Black Wrote:  I started working it as a sunken ruins. I also thought about a sharks or other fish. I based my water effects off this.... The light shafts didn't look quite right to me, so I use fuzzy white paint brush and did a zoom blur. Also my view is looking up from the bottom so I felt like at most I should see some rocks and the ruins...

cool cool, if you want more refined or sharper underwater light shafts, check out the last tutorial I made in this thread along with the others if you have the time.

http://gimpforums.com/thread-light-shini...6#pid19296
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