A house in wood.

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Jhodge76
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A house in wood.

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Hi, I hope I did this right lol... I used PVC for the picture but Vcarve for the border/frame.
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Looks great!
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LIKING it!
Congrats on the fine details!! :)
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Very impressive! Was that an unedited photo or did you have to do some Photoshop magic to get that result?

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A house in wood.

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+1

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Thank you guys for liking it!

The picture was unedited. But I had to make sure it was a sunny day when I took it so the blue sky stood out between the trees. I have had to edit some other pictures to get the contrast though.


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Here's another farm house and one of my father's face. I sanded just a tad too much on the bottom right of his though :?


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WONDERFUL detail Jonathan!!
Congrats! :)
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Wow! The only way I have been able to get any decent gray scale in images is by converting them to a halftone. Without doing that I get black and white and very little in between. The detail in the shading of the roof on the second house and in the face is something I haven't been able to achieve without lots of Photoshop editing. Very nice work!

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Well I really appreciate the compliments, thank you!

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