Well, I got out my torch. A few rods of glass and a couple hours later this beauty was done.
I found that doing a black background in HDR was more challenging then expected. Smoothing out noise often makes things too soft. Let me know what you think. I tried to keep it simple.
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Jungle meet Billy. He is an acquired taste but well worth the effort and he will make ya chuckle. Im more impressed with your glass blowing than the photo. To practice backgrounds etc its fine but as a post its just a tad boring. Technically great but Bil
Billy will not be making a space for it on his wall. So for you dear jungle my gal its a lightly sautéed 10 with onion rings
Great effort and I love the colours on the beads, looks super on the black background.
Seldom design, nice colors
This would be a full score for me of the black background was fully black to where you couldn't see it at all
Wow, Wonderful Shot!!!
9. HARD CLOSE UP shot.. We lose some details here..
Nice, background look noisy
beautiful accessories. agree about the background, and i would clone away that hook(?)
10...For me JJ the background is just slightly too grey/bright, but I love the fabric look of the background....Beads are spot on....Perhaps duplicate in PS, underexpose top layer 0.5 to -1 (to your taste) then paint away the beads etc to reveal their col
colours & details as shown here...Creates a more subtle feel to the background & the complete composition...
The crafts are very well processed, the background stick with some noise.
REMEMBER...Tomorrow "free art day". So static tractors, excavators and boring doors will be punished ! Pease be creative. DO something NEW and try to explain the process so everyone will learn something new....cheers..
Gorgeous beads! Love it- I didn't see this earlier!