Monster Landscape  

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Uploaded: 07/22/10 1:38 PM GMT
Monster Landscape
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Fractal Forge... manipulated and post-processed in Photoshop Elements 2.0. Just a bit of fun.


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07/22/10 7:50 PM GMT
Zowie!!!! My eyes!! nice one T!!!
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07/25/10 5:12 PM GMT
Dramatic and moody.
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
07/25/10 11:30 PM GMT
Almost looks like the northern lights. It is hard on the eyes, but is a nice composition none the less.
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07/26/10 5:17 AM GMT
Yeah, the compo is good, but this one is a bit hard on the eyes.
Maybe if you change the motif to just green&black? So it's not a flurry of colours and the eye has time to seek out forms and formations? The eerie union of black and what I've come to call 'Matrix Green' looks really good on the upper left corner. I wonder how this would be if you had opted to go simplistic with colors and chosen that as the motif? :)

That upper left corner thingy looks like a ghastly pine, leaninng down, ready to grab passersby who pass too close.
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"We, the Dreamers, are thus alike. For our dreams we will fight, and we'll write the future history less bloody than the past, with our dreams we'll build a peace to last!" -Hukka
08/09/10 4:37 PM GMT
It does look like a fabulous backdrop for an animated spooky movie, with the castle in the foreground and towering wicked trees about it, all set against the eerie skies! Love your choice of bold colours and electrifying elements and lighting! Excellent work, Tootles!
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*Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. ~Scott Adams*
09/03/10 3:24 PM GMT
This is just so vibrant and impressive. I reminds me of an underwater landscape and it also has a mysterious and slightly menacing feel.
The satiny sheen makes me want to touch it.
Love it !!
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The question is not what you look at, but what you see ~ Marcel Proust

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