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And the winner of the SciFi film festival «Screen my Short” You and I are in a world without boundaries and our spirits flow in it like ink blots on damp paper… Silent meetings, unlikely places, casual encounters. A woman is beguiled by a series of messages from a virtual stranger. Gradually this man sneaks into her clear defined virtual…
Tiny scene filmed in Second Life at the lovely place “Roofs of Paris” created by Marie Lauridsen for “Milk Motion”
This is my little tribute to all those writers who made me live wonderful adventures when I was a child and those who are bringing me new stories. Filmed in Second Life at the magical place “Library”, created by Cica Ghost.
Uh yeah. as you can see here, I normally have no idea what I’m doing 😀 But this was requested, so I do hope you sorta somewhat enjoy it. Here’s how I edited this photo, instead of doing a sped up version.
Not my best tutorial but I wanted to get this out there as I have had a lot of people ask how I created the glow effect for a certain picture awhile back. Enjoy! Stock images are found on deviantart.com
In this tutorial, I show you how to take multiple images and combine them for more dynamic light and shadow with photoshop. Using multiple images with different lighting and blending modes you can go easy mode! credits on the main image: https://honeyjunkies.wordpress.com/20…
A tutorial for taking high resolution portraits of your avatar’s face OR items in Second Life. Zooming, windlight settings, and also how to save large file sizes in photoshop at 1-2 megabytes without loss of quality.
Create a depth map with windlights and photoshop. Created using Anya’s method and windlight here https://www.plurk.com/p/mesvw1 Thanks so much to Anya for teaching us how to do this and for the windlight!
In this tutorial, I teach how to use frequency separation to extract detail. You can use the detail itself OR use the layers to retouch problem areas with tone problems while preserving texture.