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PostPosted: Wed Oct 22, 2008 9:48 pm 
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Got this water bottle along with the apple :)

So i took a picture of it with another one of my crazy ideas in my mind hehe, blue seems to be the colors for these days. So i played around with it in photoshop (lightning seems to be the thing for me there these days) and bumped out with this, i think its looks mighty fresh, and maybe who knows the water might look like this in the future (hopefully not)

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A very strange concept Alex, however I really like it!

Perhaps explain a little what you did to it in Photoshop or give us a cheeky peek at the original? :lol:

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Sure no problem, i m just grabong a quick forum sneak peak before class, but as soon as i get home i will share ;)

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From my observation, the white bands are brush presets that differ in size, enhanced with a blue outer glow FX. The bottle was extracted from a picture and blended on the background gradient.

Just a wack.


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