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Discussion in 'The Watering Hole' started by christilou, Oct 18, 2013.
I read that "no tricks" were used in the shots, but then I read that 200 frames were used for each one. I'm sorry, but layering 200 images in Photoshop would be considered a trick in most people's definition. It doesn't diminish the work at all. And I'm sure you could find a lot of young men willing to play with the blending brushes while they work over these images at 100% on a big quality monitor.
Christilou, I have added a NSFW (not safe for work) tag in your post, too...... since they are pretty much naked.
good heavens. it would be a pretty weird workplace that considered such cheesecakey stuff NS
maybe so. My first reaction was that I was looking at naked women. But my computer screen at work is also viewable by anyone walking by on the street.
This would not be a good thing to open in a corporate environment, and could open someone up to charge of a hostile workplace. The warning is much appreciated.
My first reaction was that it was rather obviously a Monroe pastiche.
They didn't and still don't look naked to me.
I think it's probably time for a break for me from SC
The final images look really cool. Amazing what people can do with layering images now days.
I wonder how messy it get splashing all that milk around?
Its fun in a Greek sculpture sort of way
It's also fun in an attractive young lady sort of way
Hmm, I didn't think of them as naked Luke but just as well you're here to moderate as I didn't even think that people might be viewing at work :tsk: ! You have to admire the patience of someone who obsessively put all those photos together though
You're right - it's deeply shameful to be seen reading the Daily Mail.
The photos are sickening. I am lactose intolerant.
Americans are far less liberal than the British when it comes to beverages as clothing. :tongue:
As I've said before...... I'm duty bound to read the Mail because my father in law worked there as a Compositor for over 40 years. In fact, he was a staunch union man and Father of the Chapel! I only read it online now though and only then to read the "celebrity" gossip. There's no redemption for me I'm afraid BTW, who the hell are "The Kardashions" and what do they do exactly?
I'd like to know that as well.
Very sorry to hear that!
Surely there must be some sort of treatment available for this condition...?
Ya, the way it is presented makes it sound like this was one shot, till you read the captions.
Stiching together 200 shots is no easy chore.