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    Capture something different

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    Nice one done here.
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    artistic!
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    Nice one done here.
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    artistic!
    Thanks ppl! Really glad that i tried doing it

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    wow this is so really very cool interesting

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    Nice work!

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    good artistic work

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    wow! really nice!

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    three thumbs up! oh wait, i only have 2

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    well executed!

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    Reminds me of X-Ray photography. Some crazy creatures and beautiful designs. Love them.
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    Can u share how u edit those pictures in PS? woohoo really wan to learn..haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by goenawan View Post
    wow this is so really very cool interesting
    Quote Originally Posted by kikiaw View Post
    Nice work!
    Quote Originally Posted by kombizz View Post
    good artistic work
    Quote Originally Posted by devilry View Post
    wow! really nice!
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    three thumbs up! oh wait, i only have 2
    Thanks guys, really glad that you all like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by spartacus.ret View Post
    well executed!
    thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by eosandy View Post
    Reminds me of X-Ray photography. Some crazy creatures and beautiful designs. Love them.
    yeah, looks like some sort of aliens haha very abstract and unpredictable.

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    Can u share how u edit those pictures in PS? woohoo really wan to learn..haha
    It is really simple, first make sure your background is really black, you can do that by playing around with brightness and contrast sliders. After that add a new layer and set blending mode to Color and you are all set and ready to paint the colors you can play around with opacity too to adjust the saturation. Hope these helps!

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    love the rose one most.

    jus wondering if i use a sky blue background am i able to get a "cloud" effect? or even simulate a "twister"? might worth a try.. jus thinking out loud to share this idea.

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    Oh my, this is so brilliant! It's really lovely! Thanks for sharing the pics and on how to go about doing this! My favs are #1, 3, 7 and 10! Love each of them for different reasons

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    just so wonderful to look at and think about what the shapes mean to me... really thank you

    Just wondering out loud..... ever try this with

    1. incense of different thickness / materials ?

    2. a (or several) thin lines of 'wind' (eg from hairdryer or with a little pipe?)

    I can NEVER get stuff like this right , well done again

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    I like em all except #9

    #4 has got be my favorite of them all. And of course, I also love #6 - the Predator!

    Great photos! I love your work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed9119 View Post


    just so wonderful to look at and think about what the shapes mean to me... really thank you

    Just wondering out loud..... ever try this with

    1. incense of different thickness / materials ?

    2. a (or several) thin lines of 'wind' (eg from hairdryer or with a little pipe?)

    I can NEVER get stuff like this right , well done again
    Hey, thanks! actually i am burning 2 joss sticks at the same time, trying to get more smoke and hoping it will twirl differently haha. Did tried to fan the smoke abit to create the "line" effect, but the smoke are very very light, a small fanning even with my palm disperse it haha. And glad you like the pics

    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    I like em all except #9

    #4 has got be my favorite of them all. And of course, I also love #6 - the Predator!

    Great photos! I love your work!
    Guess #9 is a bit too messy eh? and thanks for the thumbsup! =)

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    These are very nice. The only one issue is that there are some halo effect on the images, I guess it is due to image resize.

    Btw, thanks for sharing the technique. Will need to try these one day.
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