This little gift took about an hour, in photoshop. The original picture was of the jackolantern and other jackolanterns in the background. All I did was change the colors and add the hat. Happy Holidays!
So this took me like three days and it was really annoying and frustrating and BLAH. It is modeled after a real picture that my friend sent me years ago, so I have no clue who it is or where the picture is from. But yeah, with lots of help from very patient friends, I was able to do this. YAY! I'M DONE!
This is my 3D logo collection, courtesy of adobe illustrator. It says "taylo" but I got sick of it, and you can kind of see where the effort stopped in the L, it got worse for the O and I didn't even do an R to complete it. Whatever. This took me like 3 days.
I did this in adobe illustrator. This was my first time doing anything with that program, so I made a flower and just copied and pasted and changed sized a bunch of times. Yay! It took me like 10 minutes
I went to the beach over the weekend and decided this would be a cool idea. Thats me, in the picture. Thats the ocean, in the background. Pretty easy, about half an hour was put into this. I'm really happy with it.
This is a body building magazine cover using Raphael from my previous post. it took me around 2 hours to do, a lot of it was just playing around with strokes and colors and such. It was a lot of fun to do.
So this took me around 4 hours in photoshop. The original picture was Arnold Schwarzenegger and I warped him, and added bits and peices of other pictures and a background to make him look like Raphael. The twin sai, belt, sash, arm bands, mask, mask ribbon, shell, and background are all different pictures added to the Arnold one. I'm pretty proud of it.
THIS IS MY FIRST EVER GIF. I AM SO EXCITED. Of course, I could not have done it without my friend Jacob. I was able to draw and photograph my man Jim here, but the whole GIF creation thing is new to me, so Jacob helped out a lot. This took me like two and a half hours to do. A really long time. Oh well, I am pleased.
This Black Beauty took me no more than 45 minutes. The wings, horse, mane, tail, and fire background were all seperate pictures. It was difficult for me to do some of the things I wanted to do with photoshop, but it worked out.
This is a Red Panda head, puppy body, and lion tail. I went with the red panda coloring for it all, but it was really easy. The most frustrating part was getting the three parts to all look natural together, but I think photoshop did me good. This took like an hour to do.
So, I really like this one. It took me like one and a half hours to do on photoshop, mostly because I kept messing up. The girl is me, and the skeleton is a plastic one we have at my school that I took a picture of. The hook is a shark hook that I found on google, and then edited to fit my purpose. I am holding just a regular empty picture frame. This one was a lot of fun to do, a lot more envolved than most photoshop images I do.
So this little gem I have titled "Playing Fairies." It was done in photoshop, and the fairies were meant to look distinctly cartoon. I don't know who this girl is, I just got the picture from google. The same with the background, which is a separate picture. The fairies, however, were all done by me using sharpie and colored pencils.
Looks rather starry, doesn't it? Done in photoshop. Originally, it was supposed to look like an actual tounge, but I went kind of over board with the burn and dodge tools. I really like the effect though. Neither the mouth nor the frog are mine.