D. Howe Assignment 102

By d.howe

I’m a family man with 2 kids, 2 dogs, and 2 cats. I’m an ex-fabricator, ex-bouncer, ex-gunsmith, ex-store manager, current wood worker, and now finally a student again!

Comments (6)

  1. Hi,
    Very good idea, very imaginative and innovative spirit.I think it is necessary for the formal design.Very good.In terms of the work, I think it’s done a very good job, and it’s great to be able to use the knowledge I’ve learned before to do this.But the only small problem is that part of the light is too bright. It would look better if it were darker.

  2. I think that this is a very creative idea you came up with. I did see a partial missing piece of the toy in your final product but that is only a minor fix.

  3. A simple blend between the two objects, but done extremely well! At first glance, this picture looks like a chewed-off toy with no edits, however, you were able to find a creative way to add this effect through the bitten-off apple. Good job piecing those two together!

  4. You have a good quality masking and blending job going on there, the only thing I would have adjusted is the brightness of the apple so it would be a little more defined and easy to recognize.

  5. Thanks for your comments. I couldn’t get that line from the dog toy out, and I’m not sure why. I think I need more practice with masks. I also agree about the apple being too bright, that was my mistake in the photography, it was night when I took the picture and the apple was too brightly lit, I couldn’t figure out an adjustment in any layer that would help without looking strange.

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