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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-25-2007, 07:40 PM Thread Starter
 
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mspaint yzf r1

for those into digital graphic design.
i'm not a fan of mspaint, but this method works well...
notice that he uses manual shading...eek...



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Thats pretty f'in sweet! Man, that must've taken forever. That headlight looks real.

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post #3 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-25-2007, 08:48 PM
 
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I was always pretty kick ass on Paint in Highschool. I even had some of our school webdesigner people want me to work for them. But I mainly did it to pass time in unimportant classes like Math, Science, Social Studies, English. You know. The 4basic things you don't need.

But damn nothing on this guy. Pretty sweet.

I wonder if he used Windows Movie Maker to put this video together???

P.S. I still have some of my work on a Floppy Disk(Or the small hard squar things) but no computers take them these days.
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that's badd azz.
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Are you kidding me? Insanity.



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Holy flucking chit.
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no doubt that this person is very talented and used Piant to do way more than it was intended. Though i think it is shown in a frame or two at the end, it is just a highly detailed copy of a photo. Personnally, I would have been more impressed if it was original or noted that it was a copy.
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no doubt that this person is very talented and used Piant to do way more than it was intended. Though i think it is shown in a frame or two at the end, it is just a highly detailed copy of a photo. Personnally, I would have been more impressed if it was original or noted that it was a copy.
doesn't matter...
even if he did create an original illustration, the technique would still be the same, transfering the art on paper or print photography to digital media.

i'm the opposite, i learned to create illustrations on paper (computer graphics weren't around back then).
i'm still a newb with graphics applications.

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doesn't matter...
even if he did create an original illustration, the technique would still be the same, transfering the art on paper or print photography to digital media.

i'm the opposite, i learned to create illustrations on paper (computer graphics weren't around back then).
i'm still a newb with graphics applications.


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doesn't matter...
even if he did create an original illustration, the technique would still be the same, transfering the art on paper or print photography to digital media.

i'm the opposite, i learned to create illustrations on paper (computer graphics weren't around back then).
i'm still a newb with graphics applications.

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I totally agree. I just believe it would have been better to show the original first then get into the rendition. BTW, I can't create ***** on paper or the computer. I am amazed by those who can, whether it is some crazy feat with Paint or something beautimus with PhotoShop. I'd love to have a similar rendition of my rashed up bike from a pic.
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