I've been OOB'ing

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  • Dramatapix®Dramatapix® Major grins Registered Users Posts: 430 Major grins
    edited October 14, 2006
    Another attempt at this.... I see what you mean about being addictive!!!

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  • SkippySkippy Forensic Wannabe Registered Users Posts: 12,075 Major grins
    edited October 14, 2006
    saurora wrote:
    Awwwwwwww, c'mon Skippy! How about one of those macro bugs shots of yours???? We know you've got some great images to work with!!!! wings.gifSorry, skip, I just caught that you don't have access to masks....bummer. What software do you use????


    I've got Elements three but I get to a certain point then Im stuck cause of not having masks........ I don't know the work around for the steps where you should have a mask....... Skippy (Australia)
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  • Awais YaqubAwais Yaqub One Inspired soul Registered Users Posts: 10,568 Major grins
    edited October 14, 2006
    eek7.gif Wow great work everyone
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  • SkippySkippy Forensic Wannabe Registered Users Posts: 12,075 Major grins
    edited October 14, 2006
    Mog wrote:
    Great whale photo, love it...

    Last one from me, well for this weekend anyway :D

    Geez Mog, now your just plain showing off rolleyes1.gif
    That is one amazing shot gawwwwwwd, and you even included the water droplets as well clap.gif I can see this thread is gonna be real popular with folks producing these simply stunning images.
    Really this shot is a Beauty thumb.gif Well Done! .... Skippy (Australia)
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  • Dramatapix®Dramatapix® Major grins Registered Users Posts: 430 Major grins
    edited October 14, 2006
    OK... Last one (for tonight anyway)... Laughing.gif

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  • SkippySkippy Forensic Wannabe Registered Users Posts: 12,075 Major grins
    edited October 14, 2006
    OK... Last one (for tonight anyway)... Laughing.gif

    Nice one...........Ohhhhhhh I'm leaving on a jet plane......don't know when I'll be back again.....leaving on a jet plane.

    First song that popped into my head :D ....... Skippy (Australia)
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  • Dramatapix®Dramatapix® Major grins Registered Users Posts: 430 Major grins
    edited October 14, 2006
    OK, OK... I need intervention!!!

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  • SkippySkippy Forensic Wannabe Registered Users Posts: 12,075 Major grins
    edited October 15, 2006
    Okay all you folks who have PhotoShop Elements 3 you can do this OOB stuff too clap.gifclap.gif all you need to do is download the free plugin that gives you CURVES from ..... http://www.earthboundlight.com/phototips/photoshop-elements-curves.html as the package includes MASKS as I found out accidently after many hours of frustration trying to figure out how I too could do OOB's not having access to PhotoShop CS.

    Here's my try at this very addictive technique....enjoy... Skippy (Australia)


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  • Dramatapix®Dramatapix® Major grins Registered Users Posts: 430 Major grins
    edited October 15, 2006
    Yay.... Skippy can play. Nice job!
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  • Barefoot and NaturalBarefoot and Natural "What if you....." Registered Users Posts: 586 Major grins
    edited October 15, 2006
    OMGoodness....this thread is so cool! These are the neatest pictures!!

    I want to play too....can this be done with Paint Shop Pro XI?
    I won't get PS Elements 5 until the end of the week and I do not know if I can wait!!!!!

    They need to have a "biting fingernails" smilie. That's what I do everytime I come to DGrin....I just get so excited!!!!

    GREAT PHOTOS EVERYONE!!!
  • SkippySkippy Forensic Wannabe Registered Users Posts: 12,075 Major grins
    edited October 15, 2006
    OMGoodness....this thread is so cool! These are the neatest pictures!!

    I want to play too....can this be done with Paint Shop Pro XI?
    I won't get PS Elements 5 until the end of the week and I do not know if I can wait!!!!!

    They need to have a "biting fingernails" smilie. That's what I do everytime I come to DGrin....I just get so excited!!!!

    GREAT PHOTOS EVERYONE!!!


    Hi there :D the tutorial can be adapted to other programs, it's a matter of finding out if your program has work arounds or the same tools, just located in a different area of your drop down menus.

    I just brought PhotoShop Elements 5 as well, I don't have mine yet either.
    It can be pretty frustrating when you see things get posted on Dgrin that you wish you could do too... if only you had the right tools ... oh well .. rolleyes1.gif

    I hear ya........yep I hear ya ..... Skippy (Australia)
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  • Barefoot and NaturalBarefoot and Natural "What if you....." Registered Users Posts: 586 Major grins
    edited October 15, 2006
    Well I tried to hang with the popular people.....but I can not firgure it out in PSP XI .......I guess I have to wait until Friday :cry


    Keep posting those cool OOB's

    (I learned a new term....I learned a new term :ivar)
  • PhyxiusPhyxius SmugMug Support Specialist Huntingtown, MarylandRegistered Users Posts: 1,377 Major grins
    edited October 15, 2006
    Oh, yay! These are REALLY cool. My clicker finger is tried from all the clicking to add the mask though! :)

    Here's my first try. (If it wasn't 11:40 and if I didn't have to be up by 5:30 I could see myself doing this for hours!) Thanks for the link to the tutorials!

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  • Dramatapix®Dramatapix® Major grins Registered Users Posts: 430 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    Phyxius wrote:
    Oh, yay! These are REALLY cool. My clicker finger is tried from all the clicking to add the mask though! :)

    Here's my first try. (If it wasn't 11:40 and if I didn't have to be up by 5:30 I could see myself doing this for hours!) Thanks for the link to the tutorials!

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    NICE!
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  • SkippySkippy Forensic Wannabe Registered Users Posts: 12,075 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    Phyxius wrote:
    Oh, yay! These are REALLY cool. My clicker finger is tried from all the clicking to add the mask though! :)

    Here's my first try. (If it wasn't 11:40 and if I didn't have to be up by 5:30 I could see myself doing this for hours!) Thanks for the link to the tutorials!

    Hahaha rolleyes1.gif join the club ..... I've been trying for hours too rolleyes1.gif
    This is more addictive than sugar hehehehe ...... your image looks great thumb.gif ... this has been quite a fun THREAD I must say, and it's drawn a lot of interest, all because one person shared what they had learnt and their resources.... yep thats why I love this Forum iloveyou.gif ... Skippy (Australia)
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  • PhyxiusPhyxius SmugMug Support Specialist Huntingtown, MarylandRegistered Users Posts: 1,377 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    This one was done by the tutorial guy,
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    Anyone know how to get all those little hairs on the legs, paws, and ears like that? I can't image that he clicks every pixel. Someone mentioned something about a "fur" brush??
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  • MogMog Major grins Registered Users Posts: 128 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    Wow, that fur is very impressive indeed, would be interested to know how he did that....

    I'm now looking at getting one of these USB tablets to make Photoshop work easier...
  • Phil U.Phil U. Just Havin' Fun Registered Users Posts: 1,330 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    Very cool thread everyone.
  • tleetlee Perma Grin Registered Users Posts: 1,090 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    Wow! These OOB images are great wings.gif! I will have to get on the band wagon. I must find the time first...

    Thanks to everyone who has shared their info and images. thumb.gif

    T :D

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  • tleetlee Perma Grin Registered Users Posts: 1,090 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    O.K. I Oob'd instead doing other things that needed to be done....

    Wasn't sure why it did not look quite right. I see that the other posted images have frames that are wider--will do next time--and there definitely will be next time, and a next, and so on, and so on....:ivar

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    T :D

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  • GREAPERGREAPER Major grins Registered Users Posts: 3,113 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    I thought I would give it a go as well.

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  • SkippySkippy Forensic Wannabe Registered Users Posts: 12,075 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    tlee wrote:
    O.K. I Oob'd instead doing other things that needed to be done....

    Wasn't sure why it did not look quite right. I see that the other posted images have frames that are wider--will do next time--and there definitely will be next time, and a next, and so on, and so on....:ivar

    Hahaha your hooked too rolleyes1.gif you will just get better and better at it, there's quite a few steps to follow in that tutorial but gosh its a lot of fun with really pleasing results .....that's the part that makes you want to do more clap.gif ....... Skippy (Australia)
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    :skippy Everyone has the right to be stupid, but some people just abuse the privilege :dgrin
  • SkippySkippy Forensic Wannabe Registered Users Posts: 12,075 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    GREAPER wrote:
    I thought I would give it a go as well.

    Nice one Greaper thumb.gif I need to try a bug too .... Skippy (Australia)
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    Skippy (Australia) - Moderator of "HOLY MACRO" and "OTHER COOL SHOTS"

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    :skippy Everyone has the right to be stupid, but some people just abuse the privilege :dgrin
  • SkippySkippy Forensic Wannabe Registered Users Posts: 12,075 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    Need help..........can't stop ..... rolleyes1.gif

    Here's one I did last night, I sent this to my mother this morning, she made this dear little bear for me several years ago, it's all hand sewn too, I'm sure she will enjoy it :D ....... Skippy (Australia)

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    :skippy Everyone has the right to be stupid, but some people just abuse the privilege :dgrin
  • Dramatapix®Dramatapix® Major grins Registered Users Posts: 430 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    Awwww Skippy that's AWESOME
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  • wxwaxwxwax Immoderator Registered Users Posts: 15,471 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    What a cool thread!

    Somebody want to make something that's falling/coming out of the bottom of a frame?
    Sid.
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  • photodougphotodoug Major grins Registered Users Posts: 870 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    cat nap stretch

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  • PhyxiusPhyxius SmugMug Support Specialist Huntingtown, MarylandRegistered Users Posts: 1,377 Major grins
    edited October 16, 2006
    I thought this would be easier than the first one...nope. eek7.gif
    So, I like my first one better, but since I spent way too much time on this I 'm posting it anyway!!


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    Photodoug, love the cat nap :)

    Everyone is doing awesome, very neat idea and fun for everyone :):ivar

    ** also, I have photoshop 6.0 and I can't find the "warp" to warp the frame. Does 6.0 not have warp or is it just hiding somewhere?
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  • photodougphotodoug Major grins Registered Users Posts: 870 Major grins
    edited October 17, 2006
    I tried using a color gradient background...blurred and desat'd a bit

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  • photodougphotodoug Major grins Registered Users Posts: 870 Major grins
    edited October 17, 2006
    last one

    Agent Smith

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