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Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by ChicoWeb, Dec 1, 2006.
I almost fell out of my chair watching this.
I guess I'm not the paintmeister anymore...
Wow. Just goes to show that if you know any piece of software well enough and have the talent you can do amazing things.
Wow, if only I had half the talent and skill.
It probably helps to have a tablet and be a graphics professional though.
thats all it takes, huh?
wow. just goes to show that it's not the equipment, it's the person. i couldn't make something half that good in PS CS9 ultra pro!
So hands up who's bought that Nine Inch Nails song since watching this
*puts hand up*
that is just scary...
That guy is better than jesus.
Damn, makes you wonder why you pay $200 for the latest graphic software, huh?
Now were in the holiday season, we have to be PC (not the microsoft kind) and say 'that guy is better than a prophet you may or may not choose to believe in'
Well, not really.
It's an impressive demonstration of getting a lot out of a little (And of having the patience to build a sandcastle with a teaspoon), but as illustrations go, it's passable, but hardly mind boggling.
I saw a documentary where Picasso drew pictures in a darkened room just using a pen flashlight; it's always been the person and not the software. With that very simple fact in hand, something way too many people seem to grasp, there's really not much of a surprise there. More skilled party trick than notable achievement.
That's pretty cool, but check THIS out:
Is there proof of him actually drawing that in ms paint or could he just be claiming to have done it there?
I know someone who does that stuff in paint.
It must be a genetic dissorder or something
All those extra minute details really brought it alive. How many of us would have got about half way through and thought they'd done a good job?
*puts hand up*
My jaw dropped. Such attention to detail!
I'm so jealous of people who can draw like that, especially with graphics programs. I wouldn't even be able to do that on paper... even if I traced over the original drawing
Ugly car though
What she said!
Already had it
Plans to...and I got to get Sailing Away too.
It was very impressive to see the drawing come alive.