TITANIC COLOUR PICTURE


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Here is a new piece of Artwork featuring Titanic from the air on a flat calm ocean:

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Incredible!! How did you do that?

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Jason
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Yeah its an illusion Kyrila. The only thing thats missing is smoke from the 3 funnels however, its harder to make smoke look realisitc.
I think the sea and sky tho looks bitter cold, maybe a little like how it did 90 years ago.
 
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Hello:

Not an illusion at all. For an illusion (Per Webster) is a "misleading visual image". Perhaps a superimposed image, lacking of proper displacement...and foremast flag, port of destination, in this case.. the United States of America.

The sea and sky are stunning, surely conveys the vastness of the mighty North Atlantic..."We are but a peapod on the ocean's vast expanse" (Entailing message on an AQUITANIA p.c. of mine).

Greg, your contribution is appreciated. Can you do one better for me? Render a similar scene, save for a *moonlite/starfilled* backdrop, same *mill-pond* sea, same TITANIC steamship...with one exception...

...the striken liner is down by the head...and attempting, with her emergency flares, to alert the *light on the horizon*, to a precarious circumstance which has befallen her...

Michael A. Cundiff
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The image of the sea/sky was just a plain photograph.
The image of the Titanic is a photograph of a model with the background erased out so when placed atop the sea at the right scale and angle, its looks more realistic.
In photoshop, the image of Titanic is copied an pasted into another layer - this second layer is to make the reflection.
The 2nd layer is flipped round to resemble a reflection, and contrast/brightness adjusted to make it lighter. Then the opacity of the reflection is made to around 50% to make it appear fainter.

Thats about it. For thos of you with Photoshop, why not have a go?
 
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