Thanks to all who participated in our previous kitchen challenge. With Halloween this weekend I thought we should do something related to that so, for this week's starter image, I bring you a pumpkin. What will you make with it?
* Anything goes, as long as it meets the forum rules on decency, copyright etc
* Anyone, and everyone, is welcome to have a go, whether you are a complete beginner or a Photoshop expert. This is not just for our forum "regulars".
* There are no prizes apart from the chance to practice, show off, or bring a bit of humour and fun. Don't be shy, join in and have a go!
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A startling sight in more than one way, Rafael.
Very clever Rafael - and thanks for getting us started in this Haloween edition 🙂
Thanks, Dave! It's always fun!
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I wonder if he wears the metal helmet and the pumpkin? 🙂
Now you have made me wonder too, Dave.
Very appropriate for tonight Dean
A most exquisite MP4, Jain; and the first SFTW one ever, I believe (I was lured into this in 34).
Nice one Jain. Sound and vision, you might have started a new trend! 🙂
Very B52 jain
I love it Jain. A quick Google told me that PanosFX has Photoshop actions and other effects, so does it also have tools fro producing video? It is only 12Mb and nice and sharp, so all in all and a very nice job indeed.
Thanks so much! I don't know if they have tools for video production but they might. I set my length to 25 seconds because I didn't want the file to be too large but after rendering it was only 12MB. I almost went back to make it longer! The bundle I downloaded had 18 vector graphics (in PDF format, which was surprising) and the short action sets the canvas size and the orange background. Here is a screenshot of part of my timeline workspace with some of the frame effects expanded so you can see more of them.
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Road runner ...:-)
Haha. Nice job Jane! 🙂
Thank you Dave — for the comment and for the fun! 😊
Hah! That's clever.
Hi Dave and all,
I meant to mention this earlier. I was at an ACP event recently (end of last month) where there were special mentions of the top ACPs of 2021 (ACP Wall of fame).
Top 10 ACPs by number of replies included:
Top 10 ACP Moderators included:
Well done Jane and Dave. Thanks Dave for Something for the Weekend, the wonderful images and responses you provide.
I was on a list that got a mention for Most tenured members of all time (10+ years).
Cheers Dean - I couldn't attend that meeting so thanks for the feedback 🙂
Thanks, Dean — I got booted out of the meeting just before those announcements and it took several tries to get back in so I missed them. My sister caught it and sent me a text.
+ 1 on your thanks to Dave for SFTW, his starter images, and his responses to each of our images.
And congrats on your mention for most tenured member of all time!