Throwies, Pieces, and all that toy stuff

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Throwies, Pieces, and all that toy stuff

Postby Cipher » 12 Dec 2008, 22:01

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Re: Throwies, Pieces, and all that toy stuff

Postby taz947 » 12 Dec 2008, 22:08

Nice ones, Cipher.

Bombed two good spots last year. Now, I think I'm just lazy to start again on paper, then go out there and spray.
Think I lost my talent doing this. :lol:
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Re: Throwies, Pieces, and all that toy stuff

Postby korge » 13 Dec 2008, 00:57

Those are good. If you let me, I will re make these in PS to be used as textures in my game.

If you could scan these, thatd be even better!

The city is too clean! lol
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Re: Throwies, Pieces, and all that toy stuff

Postby Cipher » 13 Dec 2008, 07:20

Go ahead Korge, do what you need to do.
I dont have a scanner though
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Re: Throwies, Pieces, and all that toy stuff

Postby RedCarDriver » 19 Dec 2008, 06:36

Korge, I'm volunteering to help with this. :P

Photographs like these are probably fine if you can make them on clean, non-USPS-envelope (lol) paper. I may be able to run it through Photoshop's Posterize tool, which should reduce it to the "basic" 16 colors - it may not work as some quality may be lost, and I'll have to re-clean-it-up / de-pixellize it a bit, but hey, this stuff is great (for graffiti anyway, I'm obviously not familiar with graffiti and unsure how to rate it).
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Re: Throwies, Pieces, and all that toy stuff

Postby xHaZxMaTx » 19 Dec 2008, 06:43

If you're going to be taking photos of it, be sure to step back and zoom in, as most PnS cameras have significant barrel-vision distortion while zoomed out. Also, make sure they paper is very well lit (using the flash will probably work best) to avoid using a high ISO, which would make he image terribly noisy, and running filters on it probably wouldn't turn out too well as a result. And please, for the love of God, if you want even halfway decent photos, do not use a camera phone. :x
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Re: Throwies, Pieces, and all that toy stuff

Postby Cipher » 27 Dec 2008, 22:01

Only camera i have is on this fake iPod thingy
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Re: Throwies, Pieces, and all that toy stuff

Postby Carcrazy » 27 Dec 2008, 23:59

Do you have a camera phone? They're not the best but they definitely get the job done. :wink:
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Re: Throwies, Pieces, and all that toy stuff

Postby Cipher » 02 Jan 2009, 07:52

I dont use cell phones.
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