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posted on 1st of may, 2009

To DT artists: how much time do you devote to your images, be it photography or digital art?








Each of my images (not photographs) take me a long time of hard work to finish but I'm always very satisfied with the result!








I tried to make my post as colorful as possible to keep it up with Spring Spirit :)



Comments (19)

Comment by Scigelova on February 11, 2011

Your images are like fairytails. Great :-)

Comment by Georgeskyrillos on August 31, 2010

From scratch in Photoshop!

Comment by Swamin on August 30, 2010

do you use images to create these water art?

Comment by Angelasharris on May 20, 2009

Did you create this technique? The results are fascinating! Images are so clear and simple...thanks for sharing. Your sales should be great sooner or later.

Comment by Alexhor on May 19, 2009

Very realistic images. Great work. I see that you can not do this in five minutes. Sometimes I spend hours on some (non photo) images but I admit that I am not always pleased with result. Adding you to favorites.

Comment by Georgeskyrillos on May 05, 2009

Melissa thanks :)

Swan got added to my to-do list, good idea Ms. Already General Accountant!

Comment by Gyeah on May 05, 2009

depends on what I create, it could be from 1 minute making a photo or a full day making an illustration or tweaking some pictures.

Comment by Melissad10 on May 05, 2009

Great work and i love your jobs!!

Comment by Littledesire on May 03, 2009

The always busy general (already) accountant spent one day of making scratches and water drops :)) ... But the result could only make you laugh :)))

Maybe I need Eliane to be behind my back to give me directions.

OK. Now serious. The new little chick is the greatest! Why don't you make a swan? It would be great!

Comment by Georgeskyrillos on May 03, 2009

I thank you Irisangel for your constant support :)

& look who's here: the always-busy accountant!!

Comment by Littledesire on May 03, 2009

Great work! As always! I still don't have enough time ... but I'll find out what's the technique for making it :)

P.S. Listen to Eliane! Don't be so lazy :) The results are GREAT!

Comment by Irisangel on May 02, 2009

Great work! I love these images, so unique and creative. I wish you good luck as always.

Comment by Georgeskyrillos on May 02, 2009

Well anyway time spent on something you one loves doing is the coolest thing..

Thank you all for your nice comments. Karen the duck/chick is my latest creation, if you want to give him a name, do so!

Creativei, do you mean with elements other than water??

& Eliane is right :)

Comment by Elianehaykal on May 02, 2009

It takes me more time convincing you to do these images than to work on my own!!! Lol, you should have seen it coming ;)

Comment by Rebeccaosborn on May 01, 2009

nice images above in this blog.. i dont have a particular time that i spend on each image, it really depends.. it could rang from a few minutes, tweaking the colors in a photo in photoshop, to an hour to design and put together a background / design.

Good luck with these! Hope they sell well!!

Comment by Karensuki on May 01, 2009

Very very cool... You inspire me to learn more... I am always amazed at some of the techniques that I don't know yet when it comes to digital art.

I think my favorite is the little duck...

Comment by Karensuki on May 01, 2009

Very very cool... You inspire me to learn more... I am always amazed at some of the techniques that I don't know yet when it comes to digital art.

I think my favorite is the little duck...

Comment by Creativei on May 01, 2009

lots of time on the editing table. your new series of water images are very cool, try to make many more with different elements.

Comment by Picstudio on May 01, 2009

I devote nearly hour or two, rest depends on the pics.




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