another overly edited self port.

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  1. SrBiscuit

    SrBiscuit TPF Noob!

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    i like that gritty feeling from a couple shots ive seen on tpf (most recently, morgan's self ports)

    so i thought i'd mess around in pshop with a cropping of a quick shot of myself.

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    i think i succeeded in what i was looking to do, though any comments and advice are welcomed. :wink:

    -biscuit-
     
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    Ooh creepy. :) I can picture this in some type of magazine advertisement - especially because of the jewel tones you have in it.
     
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    That's pretty cool.. Looks like something you'd see on a movie poster for a horror movie or a shoot-'em-up video game.
     
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    I like it.. But I would lose the fine line frame for something more fitting for it. torn edge effect or something like that might look better..
     
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    good call on the frame, heck...that black with white line is kinda my goto frame that i always seem to default to, but ill explore some more creative options.
     

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