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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=28469
Submitted by: Lemming
Comments: 18  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 3  (View)
Submitted on: 11-16-2003
View Stats Category: Photoshop/Art
Description:
Ferarri F40. I have MUCH higher-resolution images, too.


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#1
11-16-2003 @ 08:17:14 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
http://photo.ricecop.com/pics/f40sm.jpg

I have a 1280x1024 original on my hard drive, but I can't post it (and it's not terribly dial-up friendly!).


#2
11-16-2003 @ 08:21:57 PM
Posted By : tanner07 Reply | Edit | Del
I'm not much of a cell-shader, I just like chopping stuff.

http://www.hpphoto.com/servlet/Link...94ff7&size=


#3
11-16-2003 @ 08:24:43 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#2, I enjoy doing that, too, but I seem to have been doing a lot of this lately.

Original image: http://www.highresautoimages.com/1280/ferrari/f402.jpg


#4
11-16-2003 @ 08:25:27 PM
Posted By : solid_snake Reply | Edit | Del
great work as usual

#5
11-16-2003 @ 08:28:44 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
I sent the jumbo versions to Trooper. :-)

#6
11-16-2003 @ 08:58:00 PM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
NIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICCCCCEEEEEE

#7
11-16-2003 @ 09:00:03 PM
Posted By : stang392 Reply | Edit | Del
#4, seconds that

#8
11-16-2003 @ 09:00:39 PM
Posted By : tanner07 Reply | Edit | Del
Just how do you cell shade? My hands arent steady enough to draw the lines like that. Is there a different way?

#9
11-16-2003 @ 09:17:38 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#8, Don't bother trying to draw the lines out directly--I'm much too lazy for that. Most photo/paint programs have a built-in tool for drawing Bezier curves. I think in a lot of Adobe products, it's tied into the "pen" tool, but it's been a long time since I've used any of their stuff. In Paint Shop Pro, which is what I use, there is a tool for lines; you can tell it to either draw straight or Bezier curves, then just set a line weight and turn anti-aliasing on. Using that tool, the only real trick is getting the ends of your lines to meet neatly.

#10
11-16-2003 @ 09:22:59 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
Create a new layer on top of the original image and start your work there.

First, start with a heavy line, about 2-3 pixels wide, and outline all the basic shapes and hard edges. Then just go back with a thinner, 1-2 pixel line (depends on how big the original image is) and accent the edges of shadows, changes in lighting, little details, etc.

Once you're finished, I'd recommend creating another layer behind the outline layer and filling the regions you've created with solid colors grabbed from the original image. The only real problem is that sometimes it is hard to get it to look "clean", because (at least in PSP) the flood fill does not go all the way out to the line. There are a couple tricks to get around that, but in general it is slow work. This picture took about 3-4 hours to do, working at my accustomed pace.

[Edited by Lemming on 11-16-2003 @ 09:24:24 PM]


#11
11-17-2003 @ 12:06:38 AM
Posted By : Adambomb Reply | Edit | Del
WOW NICE and I liked the Camaro too

#12
11-17-2003 @ 12:24:02 AM
Posted By : ambientFLIER Reply | Edit | Del
#2, nice

#13
11-17-2003 @ 12:36:35 AM
Posted By : Trooper  Reply | Edit | Del
This is awesome. Lemming = cell shading master.

#14
11-17-2003 @ 12:40:14 AM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#13, Aww...you only like it because it's a Ferrari.

#15
11-17-2003 @ 08:22:00 AM
Posted By : Trooper  Reply | Edit | Del
#14, Nah, Lemming is actually quite good at this stuff. It turns out super smooth because of that pen tool thing he uses.

#16
11-17-2003 @ 08:25:33 AM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#15, MxCx did a McLaren, too.

It's funny--most of the recent threads in "Photoshop This" in the forums are mine. :-P


#17
11-17-2003 @ 08:33:25 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
I draw over mine in Paintbrush and color between the lines with a brush tool! :P

I got skillz!


#18
11-17-2003 @ 08:33:57 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
By the way, looks awesome Lemming.

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