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  Harmonic Fire — By Lynne (lynne)  
 
Rating: E
Category: Humanoid
Classified: Finished Piece
Filesize: 74.00 Kb
Dimensions: 500 x 563
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  08 Jun 2004 - 16:01 ET
I deeply apologize for this picture. I went seriously overboard on the special effects and in light of my obvious composer obsession I would like to say that.... Vives has cool hair.

The background is a photo I messed with, of Venice or something.. and all the little typey things? Those are Bible scriptures.. one is from Psalms (1043) and one is from Romans (11:29).. only, they're in.. ITALIAN!!!!!! Cool yes? No, not really. o.o I just found Bibles online in different languages and had ta do SOMETHING with them..

Artwork © 2004 Lynne

Additional Credits: Vivaldi is his own priest. I think.

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08 Jun 2004 - 17:21 ET
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What effects were you using to get the fuzzy side to side distortion in the text and hair? It looks really good. The bible scriptures thing was a very creative idea. I thought you drew the background, it is very suited to this picture. I think it would look nicer if he had something other than a long black cloak on. Maybe something from the time period that looks fancier? Good image all the same...

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08 Jun 2004 - 18:44 ET
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The fuzzy effect was a motion blur.. but I only applied it to duplicates of the top layer so that there was still a solid image with just a blur as accent.

And actually I agree about the clothes. o.o He should be wearing something more Baroque-ish... but I drew the figure three days ago and only started doing crazy things with it today so at the time I drew it I was unfortunately not thinking of that...

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