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2013-02-08 JWildfire 93 - WELL Of LOST SOULS by novectors 2013-02-08 JWildfire 93 - WELL Of LOST SOULS by novectors
down and down, in an endless spiral of madness and despair...

JWildfire and Photoshop... just rounding out the last few compositions before #100...
~ the rock walls employ a re-use of one of my "surfaces" photos; the original shot may be seen here: [link]
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J-Styles75 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013
now that's awesome!
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novectors Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013  Professional General Artist
glad you think so!

I wasn't sure if anyone else could "see" it the same way I do,
with the disembodied souls (in yellow) spiralling into the mouth of Hell,
but sometimes ya gotta go with it, even if the only person who "gets" it is you, the artist, alone...
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novectors Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013  Professional General Artist
it's almost as though i "caused" my own "happy accident"
through sheer random tinkering with the 'big-picture" elements...

yes, much like good Doctor "Frawn-ken-Steen"' and his creation, methinks...
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J-Styles75 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013
i think it's outstanding my friend :D it is one of your best pieces.
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novectors Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013  Professional General Artist
funny thing is, I think so too, but it amost seems like its NOT my work at all, somehow...

dude, you'd plotz if you knew how little time the comp took in comparison to the 4 hours of fractal work (including about 75 mins render time)...

also, unlike ANY other piece I've done, I don't think I used the "undo" feature at ANY significant point...
every decision I made for this piece worked better than expected, first time, every time, both in JWildfire and Photoshop (and the photoshop work was shamefully light - desaturated and blended the rock layer, gave the fractal layer a small bit of masking to reinforce the spiral a bit against its stony background, and output a PSD and JPEG...
Hell, it's more work typing it here than it was in Photoshop, no BS!

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