Well, just make sure that's not where you set your personal limit. I'll keep my eyes open for more of your stuff!
Kind of off-topic, but what's the program you use to make these? I just downloaded GIMP, but I'm not finding the tool to do the "stretch" that you used to do the mouth and fingers. I'm kind of new at photomanipulation, but even that shouldn't be too hard to find. Just trying to find a good program.
I'm not sure I haven't played around much with gimp, but if it supports plug ins, It's likely someone has written a "warp" or "liqify" plug in for it similar to photo shop, I would Google search "GIMP plugins".
Well, I'll look for those plugins... Thanks for all the help you've given me. There's probably not a whole lot of people out there that'd help out someone completely new. Guess I found one of the few. I'll keep watching your art and see if I can get some tips to make mine better. Again, thanks for everything. Just for future reference: I might send something back asking about something else like this. Some of the best stuff I've seen on DA is yours, so I guess that's to be expected. Just an FYI. Thanks.
I really like the job you did on her muzzle, the angle and weight of it is really good. Only thing is it looks like some of the flesh of her fingertips was extended as well when you manipped the claws; makes it look less like she's growing talons and more like her fingertips are being pulled forward.
For a person who has of yet created no deviations to date, if your going to call my artwork "awful" you better have the details to backup your claim...
Cause as of the time of this posting there are at least 41 people who disagree. How about saying something constructive? IE the lighting needs work or I would have added more hair... You should know people who post hate and leave, are not welcome here at DA.
For one I don't make the art, I am the critic, a silent ANONYMOUS Critic, do you understand what I mean?, these werewolf photoshops you do are horrible and only show you are good at stretching tools and photoshop, while really your just a Furfag/otherkin under a thin veil of dumb fans.
For a future note: as a critic, you are supposed to be, ah what's the word...oh, yes, DETAILED, in your critics. What you did was not a critique but a blatant resemblance to the more hopeless side of internet users.
If you're going to comment on DA, please, make it something worthwhile instead of using the internet as a shield and an excuse to try and injure someone else's feelings or burst up your own pathetic ego.
I was wondering if you could authorise the distrobution of prints for my image. Instructions Below....
If the stock image came from deviantART, then we need you to do the following:
1. Contact the owner of the stock image and supply them with a link to your image if it's already made. Otherwise ask them if you can use an image for a planned manipulation.
2. Have them send an email to email@example.com with the following info:
Subject: Permission for "Werewolf having a bad day by etoven"
Body: The body of the email should include their deviant name, and the image which they are okaying for you. One of the biggest problems we get is people sending emails but only including their real name. Needless to say, this makes it a tad confusing.
It is recommended that you ask the stock artist to CC a copy of the permission email to your address so you know that it has been sent and you can verify it was properly sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.