Limber up variations 2 by goodoleboyOpen full image in new tab
eekdog 9:45PM | Thu, 30 April 2020
Cool original and a brilliant manip Harry. stay safe and at home.
MaNae 5:28AM | Fri, 01 May 2020
Yep .. "how to make a nice image from a poorly bad source-photo" ;).. well done!.. Fractalius?
anahata.c 6:21AM | Fri, 01 May 2020
Variation 3 and 4! I love the subtle work on the top image: You made it like porcelain, or even decoupage. There's a pearl/milky glass feel to it (it must be seen full size). And the image is transformed---like it was captured under glass. Beautiful.
The bottom one has opposite light: The trunk has a dark, almost menacing hue, with fiery 'worms' running through it. And the leaves are now a maelstrom, with dark greens, etc. It's a dark variation on what you did in the last upload: stormy, brooding and very vivid. And the contrast between these two images is very natural. More fine interpretation from you, Harry, with some near-abstract treatments. Again, keep safe and whole...it's great to see you here again. I hope you're weathering all the struggles you've endured in the last few years, and that you stay free of sir covid.
UteBigSmile 6:46AM | Fri, 01 May 2020
It's a very beautiful looking collage dear Harry, I wish you a reasonably smooth 1st of May 2020!
PandaB5 2:31AM | Sat, 02 May 2020
I like the one at the bottom - it has a bit of surreal element but the colours really pop. Great image!
bugsnouveau 10:42AM | Wed, 06 May 2020
Last Thursday I was enjoying the galleries and happy to be all caught up on comments. I saw the variations 2 thumb and the bottom or #4 was hollering at me and I automatically clicked it. But #3 popped up and stayed there for a couple hours, I didn't know you channel danced, and top shelf Fred Astaire at that. #3 is full of magic and such fun to view, I looked long enough to see all you did and you did it all, every trick in the book. You made it perfect, wow. By not looking at the original until I had seen all you did, I knew exactly what it looked like and that was a whole other crazy thing. When I finally looked at #4 my head blew off and into a dozen pieces spreading out in all directions at hi speed and I love it. It was like you said "I see what you are doing, did you know you could do it like this?" If that is not what happened then the Good Lord is playing tricks on both of us. No I didn't know I could do it like that, I didn't know that could be done, I don't recall ever seeing anything like this and I love it and plan to try to do it. #2 is my favorite because it's so 3D and has bug in it. Thank You! Thank You! Thank You! I can't wait to try it, how did you do it?