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Photoshop Oob

Discussion in 'Photo & Graphics Archive' started by DSTM (Dougie), Oct 8, 2010.

  1. DSTM (Dougie)

    DSTM (Dougie) Registered Members

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    This is my second effort at an OOB (Out of Bounds) with Photoshop CS5.




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  2. kojak

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    Nice truck. Yours ?
     
  3. DSTM (Dougie)

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    I wish it were mine. Sadly not. :sadz:

    An image I got off the Net.
     
  4. allheart55 (Cindy E)

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    Awesome Dougie. I love it! You're really getting good at this.....:up:
     
  5. DSTM (Dougie)

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    Thanks Cindy. Just started to learn Photoshop,and find it interesting,

    and at the same time challenging. Huge learning curve.

    One can use their imagination,is what I like about the program. :)
     
  6. bob12a

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    SNAP AND MEPHOTOSHOP CS5


    bOB
     
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    Very Nice, Dougie!!

    Would it be stretching things a bit to call this a UTE?? :unsure:
     
  8. BeeCeeBee

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    Don't be ridiculous a Ute is a young person. Used in a sentence it would be like this " What is wrong with our utes today? " Or Ute is wasted on the young."
     
  9. bob12a

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    Hi Dougie

    Like the truck a lot this OOB is a lot of fun and I think agood way to learn how to use photoshop.
    Regards
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  10. DSTM (Dougie)

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    Hi Klickkatt. It would be stretching it, to call it a "Ute" here.  :)

    We call Vehicles of this size, "RV's" Recreational Vehicles.


    This is our typical Ute.




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  11. KlickKatt

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    When my Aussie wife first mentioned UTEs, I had a heck of a time figuring out what she meant.

    And didn't really figure it out until I visited Oz myself.

    :)
     
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    Wow, you are just flying on the learning curve of PhotoShop, Doug - really am impressed!
     
  13. DSTM (Dougie)

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    Here is another OOB.Havent got the shadow quite right,yet. :)

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  14. bob12a

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    As you say you might not be getting the shadow

    BUT YOU ARE GETTING VERY SMOOTH LINES IN THIS CASE AROUND THE CROCS JAW more than I can magage

    Well done Doug
     
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    Oh my gosh, you really are getting better and better at this, Doug - hope you're proud of all your hard work learning it as you should be!! :):):)
     
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    Hi,

    Those are very interesting!! I tried to do that with PSP, almost got it, but not quite. Had a hard time using PhotoShop directions with PSP.
     
  17. DSTM (Dougie)

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    Hi Pat.Here is a Tutorial to make an OOB (Out Of Bounds) Image with Corel Paint Shop Pro.

    http://www.imageskill.com/tutorials/br/02/br_tut02.html
     
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    Thank you so much!! I will print this out and see if I can be successful.
     

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