Skinwalker by rhol_figament ()
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Can you feel the cold wind,
As it moves up and down the street?
Can you feel the chill,
As it moves up and down your spine?
Can you hear the sad cry,
Of the lost?
Can you hear the whisper,
Of their spirits moving on?
Can you sense the clock,
Is winding down?
Can you feel the weight,
Of the world pulling you down?
I rendered a troll and a shiny metal M4 goblin in Daz, then used Artbreeder to combine the two images. After playing around with the sliders and putting it through a bit of photshop this is what happened, lol. A fun and interesting way to render portraits, I'll have to try a few more.
Stay safe all my friends out there, hope you guys are all ok in these crazy times. Special thanks to Len for the good shrooms, wink, wink... ;)
Also a shout out to Karen for the dark tendrils he he, my imagination thanks you...
Image Comments (24)
paul_gormley () 10:32PM | Thu, 11 June 2020
a very interesting effect, I was expecting a Wesley Snipes derivative given the title :) but this GOT will do :) If you're using Artbreeder take a look at mermaids work at was most impressed by this result
bakapo () Online Now! 11:46PM | Thu, 11 June 2020
This is very creepy. The dark eyes and the mysterious red on the chin.... Cool work, I like it!
Lenord () Online Now! 7:16AM | Fri, 12 June 2020
Dude looks like he could use a hot cupa joe and maybe a blanket
Brian Eno anything with Roxy Music
goldie () Online Now! 11:11AM | Fri, 12 June 2020
This is wonderful in its creepiness...I was toying around in doing a skinwalker scene, but more of the lupine variety...doubt it would have been as interesting as your version :)
UteBigSmile () 4:16PM | Fri, 12 June 2020
Your new image is wonderfully done, have nice Evening and a great Weekend, stay vigilant and healthy!
Terese () 10:30AM | Sat, 13 June 2020
Wonderful portrait.... and what a fun, interesting result.. Is the poem yours? If so beautifully written :)
adorety () 1:17PM | Sun, 05 July 2020
However you did it, this is a marvelous portrait. And what a great Eno album. I first heard this stuff in the late eighties early nineties. A nice match with image and album choice.