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Old 25-12-2003, 04:45 PM   #1
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i was playing around with this last night, let me know what you think it is/showing and any improvements to make it look like the face actually belongs in the shot
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i think it looks pretty good so far. make soem glowly eyes. freaky:-D
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Is it supposed to be the joker card came to life? I like it. The compositing is done very well.

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was the grain in the original pic ? er noise ?
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thanks for the replies guys keep em coooming

pony, yeah there was noise/grain in the original picture, but when i laid the cg face ontop it looked too 'clean' so i ahd to noise it up a bit to make it match

theres something about it that doesnt look quite right, it still looks a bit computer generated but i cnt pinpoint what it is
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One thing that could help is on the forhead. Its to bright. There is not enufe shadow coming from the hood. If there was more shadow there it would make the face much more a part of the pic.. IMO
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I agree with Pony, shadow is missing or is too light, appart from that, I like it alot, ggod work
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this isnt much of an update, but made a slight change...made it darker a bit

i think the most important thing is that you can tell its a joker card...is that obvious from the picture?
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