Cowboy from hell
27th October 2005
Wow! Awesome stuff. I love your style Mynros, its brilliant.
Thanx for the reply ... I did a variation of the above, heavy duty contrast with some additional lighting ...
You can either agree with meor be wrong.
12th November 2003
wow.. just wow... :eek:
lol :D cheers :beer: ... some one just asked me what app did I use, it didn't occur to me that it might not be obvious ... but the above are all done with PS7.
23rd July 2005
It's unbelievable. It's gorgeous. All I can say is, very, very good job!
Well, as you've made everything with PS, may I ask how you've made all those custom shapes? It'd come in handy sometimes.
I pretend I'm cooler than AzH
20th February 2006
That truly is... er...
The Fun cannot be Halted!
10th October 2005
Very very nice - times 1000. :D
22nd April 2002
Great job, but it kinda reminds me of a placemat. Great job still.
...well I'm impressed by the replies, thanx guys, really appreciated, with the above not being complete it's always great to get some positive feedback.
Couple of things, yeah Griffin all done from scratch and the shapes I drew are fairly simple really. Its similiar to how you'd define a brush or pattern, Edit define custom shape etc... every shape I used in that one are compiled with various standard circles with some editing. The basic 'flower or star' in the above is basically a series of ovals, cut, flipped and rotated then all merged together after that I just add to, with some outline circles. The little 'stars' in a circle are just resized pre-shapes I did a while back, which again you duplicate ... essentially start with one star-shape, then with the move tool, hold shift & alt then drag it, that will auto dup it and as you move the new shape it will stay on the same 'line' ie, fixed to the grid line so it will be exactly opposite the other. merge both those layers, copy and rotate it, first by 90 then create a new layer again rotate by 45 and continue doing that until it completes the 'shapes following a circle' ... hope that makes sense.
As for it looking like a placemat, excellent haha, I did a design years ago because I liked the complex look of one of those doilly things - the way the shape and designs all moved between each other... and that was some of the influence with that design here, it probably wont look like that when I'm finished but I'd hope to retain some of that 'feel' but we'll see.
Anyway many thanx again for the comments.