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Shout out to this guy 

http://www.dayzrp.com/t-iPicture

This guy made me want to do this again, I am a little rusty, but I'm practicing, Ill be posting on here from time to time. I guess I would also be up for making specific images for people or groups of what not. But a serious shout out to that guy, 

Heres the first one. 

I guess if I had to give it a name, I would call it "Jack Warren's Work Bench"

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"Staying Alive"

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You need to show me how to do this sometime. These look sick.

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Pretty badass if im being honest

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Pretty badass if im being honest

Hey man, thats pretty nice


You need to show me how to do this sometime. These look sick.

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right on cipher, when I get the time to never show you Ill make sure to not. <3


Pretty dope, wish I could do shit like this

Thanks GM

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Castiel    1124

Gotta love the OG names. "Tree". Wow

Couldn't remember his real name. :(

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Majoo    642

Looks pretty cool...keep it up

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Instead of using a load of pictures with out editing them at all they wont give the full effect :D

Look up a tutorial for blending modes and blending options. You need to work on your lighting aswell and some things darker than others etc.

just feedback :P

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MrBlairdom    11

Like I previously said, composite images require a fair amount of tweaking in order to make sure everything blends in together nicely - the image you posted is a good starting point. All you need now is a little playtime with them options :D

Keep it up!

PS: Thanks a lot for the shout-out, I appreciate it!

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Instead of using a load of pictures with out editing them at all they wont give the full effect :D

Look up a tutorial for blending modes and blending options. You need to work on your lighting aswell and some things darker than others etc.

just feedback :P

Ill give this a retweet

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