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:iconpepperberetta:
pepperberetta Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2007   Interface Designer
this is amazing. I can kind of understand how you did it...but it boggles my head.

can yu upload a version without the figures?


that would look amazing too.
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vancouver Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2007
this is pretty darn awesome man, the work you put in really pays off and the overall look is awesome. Keep it up man.
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ioquacious Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2006
wow, this is really really cool... :nod:
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black-and-blue7 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006   Photographer
that looks so cool and crazy!, so amazing, how did you do it?
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:iconqda:
qda Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
well.. the photos are explained in hte above comments

the silhouettes are just illustrator vectoring over top of photos of me in motion...

thanks
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koanodan Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2006  Professional General Artist
whoa, your effort rly shows! total swank! and very useful for reference if anyone needed one for inside a bus :>
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:iconqda:
qda Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2006
dunno about reference, its not too precise

BUT thanks :)
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:iconkoanodan:
koanodan Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2006  Professional General Artist
CLOSE ENOUGH FOR ME! you're welcome.
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seenew Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2006  Professional Photographer
I still cannot figure out how you too these shots... I mean, I believe you, but still. 0_O
Interesting idea, to say the least. I quite like it.
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qda Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2006
take a bunch of shots by hand with flash on a bus
then take them into photoshop and cut out the parts you need (meaning you cant use a seat and piece of floor from the same shot) and transform>distort until they're all orthagonal and stuff and then collage them together using transparency blending modes til it looks alright

its simple it just takes a long time

thx
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:iconseenew:
seenew Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2006  Professional Photographer
But what about the aerial views?
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:iconqda:
qda Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2006
why would they be any different from the side view?
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seenew Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2006  Professional Photographer
I just, I dunno, I don't get how you got the aerial shots, they look like they were taken from above the bus.
I think I'm just slow. You don't have to explain, haha.
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qda Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2006
yeah cause i made them look like that

selection tool (to cut out JUST a seat) and the transform>distort tool (to make it look like it was taken from directly above and not from the middle of the isle)

maybe you just dont know photoshop too well... :P
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seenew Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2006  Professional Photographer
I do know photoshop well! :( I've used it for like eight years! :fork:
I just didn't get that you had distorted them THAT much. I didn't look at the fullview, either. :P
I get it now.
You pulled it off well.
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qda Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2006
thanks

if you like, i can send you the full rez bus so you can see how patchy it really is up close
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crazylynx Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2006
edit: I've only ever been on one bus in toronto...so i can't speak for all of them =P I use the subway
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crazylynx Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2006
hm interesting project..they're exactly like the toronto busses, fancy that :P i'm wondering how you got the interior pics of the bus, or did you draw that yourslef, they look photographic in quality :| very cool.
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qda Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2006
i patched the backgrounds from point and shoot pics to give it that shabby collage look.. manually in photoshop..

thx :)
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crazylynx Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2006
good stuff, looks real good
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