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December 27, 2007
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Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 300D DIGITAL
Shutter Speed
1/8 second
Aperture
F/6.3
Focal Length
28 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Nov 22, 2005, 7:45:35 PM
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unsafe by scaryjesus unsafe by scaryjesus
stock: ~mffugabriel-stock
textures: ~darkrose42-stock and [link] from imageafter.com
brushes: `larafairie

wallpaper version: [link]
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:iconhithwen:
Hithwen Featured By Owner May 23, 2009
The difference beetween the skin tones makes it look like he is wearing a mask... or as if all his skin below it was just ripped off.
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scaryjesus Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yeah, it could go either way. ;)
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:iconashsivils:
ashsivils Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2008  Professional General Artist
Now this is very unusual and
simple yet complex. I love it..
The model has a great form!
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scaryjesus Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i saw that stock pic, and i had to do something with it.

i rarely ever use males, cause i love working on the female form, but something just hit me with this one.

thanks for the comment dear. =)
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:iconashsivils:
ashsivils Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2008  Professional General Artist
Yeah he has a great midsection.
I am the same way but some men
such as Morf, yeah they are great
to use.

Females are just more
beautiful and I get more creative..
usually. You are very welcome!!!
:)
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:iconout2getu:
out2getu Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2007
very thought provoking. great use of body and shadowing. I used to say you can tell alot about a person by just their eyes now I'm not so sure.
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:iconscaryjesus:
scaryjesus Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
well i guess the rules change when photo manipulation is entered into the equation. ;)

thanks! =)
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allyclare Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2007  Student Photographer
Good use of photoshop*!

(*or whatever photo editing programme you used...)
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:iconscaryjesus:
scaryjesus Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks! and yup, it's photoshop. =)
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ofek Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2007
oh dude.
wow!
amazing.
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:iconscaryjesus:
scaryjesus Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks man! :clap: glad you like. :headbang:
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:iconutteringanathema:
UtteringAnathema Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2007  Professional Photographer
this is just a beautiful photo to say the least. the color is excellent. I love the face mask type look as well. Great editing job.
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:iconscaryjesus:
scaryjesus Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks so much! the original image is pretty awesome in itself.

thanks for the comment! =)
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:iconutteringanathema:
UtteringAnathema Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2007  Professional Photographer
you are welcome. I will have to take a look at the original image when I get a chance.
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piefreak6 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2007
mmm, tiles.
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:iconscaryjesus:
scaryjesus Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
rich in tile-y goodness! :nod:
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:iconpiefreak6:
piefreak6 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2007
I looove grunge on tiles.
For real.
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:iconfaeriecrone:
faeriecrone Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2007
good job on the wound.
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:iconscaryjesus:
scaryjesus Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks dear! =)
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2007
very unsafe.
and a well suited mask.
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:iconscaryjesus:
scaryjesus Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
much thanks. =)
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caithuniverse Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2007
That's a pity that 99% of brushes here is available only for Photoshop...


Great work, as always. I like the transition between 'normal' and 'stained' skin on the face; it looks like the top part was a mask or something...
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scaryjesus Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yeah, i've noticed practically all the brushes are for photoshop. what program do you use?

and it reminds me of a mask too!
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caithuniverse Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2007
As Linux user, I use GIMP. I'd say it has 80% of PS's abilities and it's free.
Main flaws are:

-no CMYK support (I have to prepare some posters for printing, so that's a problem now)
-tablet support is only partial (e.g. no pressure sensitivity)
-ugly user interface (but you can get used to it, it's ugly but logical)
-a bit strange cropping/resizing operations (but as above, I got used)
-no separate correction layers (only for PS users, after some time you can live without it )

Merits, on the other hand, are:

-good load of filters and effects (some even unavailable in PS)
-ability to save and read from virtually any file format (including PSD)
-great stability
-you don't pay a dollar for it :)
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scaryjesus Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
cool! i've never use anything other than pshop, so it's practically in my blood now, heh. but hey, that free part to GIMP is awfully nice. =)
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:iconcaithuniverse:
caithuniverse Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2007
I can give you my girlfriend as an example... it took her some time to convert to GIMP, and it wasn't without pain and curses, but finally she made it :)

Really. I use Linux solely for some 6 years now... and every time I have to switch to WinXP I curse it as much as i can. The most difficult thing is to operate in a different environment than you're used to. But, after all, it's not that impossible :)
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