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Piranha

by Timothy Wise

Believe it or not, this started off as a grill off of an old vintage automobile. With some tweaking with actions in Photoshop it grew into something else.
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Face-Off Statistics

Number of face-offs: 65

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48%
Lost
28%
Drawn
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  • 05/09 2009
    08:55

    Timothy Wise

    Thank you Frank! I started off with photography and drifted into Photoshop over the years and with the purchase of a new Nikon D300 I figured I should at least try some more or less traditional images. You always need to use what works for you at any gi
  • 26/08 2009
    04:10

    Timothy Wise

    Sarah, it's an amazing Robot Rooster and knowing how the actions tool works I know this took some time to get just right! Amazing
  • 26/08 2009
    04:09

    Timothy Wise

    Ricky, thanks for the comment partner! It's been a while since I've had the time to work on anything abstract so I think it was just a fresh look at how and why I work with Photoshop. Thanks again for the comment
  • 26/08 2009
    04:07

    Timothy Wise

    Thank you Oksana, it makes me feel good to know that others are moved by my work
  • 26/08 2009
    08:08

    Sarah Haras

    The liquify and actions tool are great fun to play with. I've used it to make the feathers of my rooster
  • 26/08 2009
    04:45

    richard turgeon

    +5 kind of a symmetric fractal but overall, pretty eye catching fishy piece! Nice transformation indeed and well chosen colors! :)
  • 25/08 2009
    10:17

    Oksana Podrez

    Staggering piece, Timothy. It takes my breath away=) 5*
  • 25/08 2009
    04:35

    Timothy Wise

    Thank you Parvinder
  • 25/08 2009
    01:36

    Timothy Wise

    Thanks Margaret, I think the tutorial for the actions first showed up in the Advanced Photoshop issue 43 but I took mine in a different direction.
  • 25/08 2009
    01:34

    Timothy Wise

    Alan, there were only 47 layers in this image but most of those were the splatter effects. If I didn't merge the "Action Files" it would have pushed into the 100's
  • 25/08 2009
    01:32

    Timothy Wise

    SaraH, Thank you! It's amazing what you can do with the actions tool and the liquid tool.
  • 25/08 2009
    01:01

    Margaret Castoria

    Very Cool! Its amazing the results you have gotten. Wow!
  • 25/08 2009
    12:38

    alan clarke

    amazing how many layers did you end up with great blend of colours 5
  • 25/08 2009
    12:06

    Sarah Haras

    Amazing, love what it became :)