Thanks to Jane-E for bringing us the last challenge and to all who took part. This week I thought we should go somewhere warm and bright, so I bring you this tropical sea view. What will you bring to the table?
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Dave, 135/144 > 136?
Haha - I realised I'd numbered it wrong when Jane contacted me earlier. Then I corrected it to a new, also wrong, number. We'll have to have a numbers competion next time, after I learn to count! It should be right now (136) 🙂
Dave, this is a beautiful image and very nicely done. I love it!
Thank you Jane. Unfortunately the nearest I get to it at present is my keyboard, it exists only in RAM 🙂
Very nice, Dave, your detail is impeccable!
I should have known it was a render Dave, I thought it was a Photo since you didn't mention it in your original post, that just shows how good your render is. 😁
Haha - I'll make a note Jane and tilt the horizon next time 🙂 Thanks guys.
Well done Dave. Wonderful work once again. 🙂
Haha - Brilliant Leslie and very nicely done 🙂
love a girl with monobrow 😉
Nice detail to light, love the dappled sun.
A bit like an extreme spot the difference competition that one Jacob. Must be thirsty though !
I'm still finding it hard to spot the difference. May need another clue. 🙂
A thirsty person may have walked past, Dean.
Thanks Dave. I had thought it may have been the glasses but still could see until I compared flicked through one to the next and see someone has taken a sip of the dring on the right.
I had a go at trying to empty the glass. Tried by changing the colour of the drink to the background. Not so successful to share yet. Any tips? 🙂
I would empty it by cloning. The top of the glass is empty now and any cloning distortion would appear as glass distortion.
Dean, I have only just spotted this line of inquiry.
This is what actually happened before the last picture was taken:
Arriving first, the left drinker started sipping the green fairy and then just plunged in. Rather puzzled, the right drinker sat down and tasted the rum. Then a selkie sang, and both the chairs were empty again.
Last year they made a fortune off the toilet paper they hoarded and sold at premium prices. This year they've moved on to the next trend.
At least cans are better than shopping bags Jane 😮