A cool idea and it doesn't even need to be animated; the feeling of movement is immediate!
Wow Frank, what a wonderful way to achieve that feeling of going so fast the scenery is blurrred.
hi, pals - thanXs a lot for your comments, I'm glad you liked the illo.gave me a lot of new ideas using this blur effect in photoshop.thanXs again.
This is great ... I picture the music used in the opening sequence of the original Italian Job :-)
ha! thanks Rico.
Frank I just thought that I would add my two cents to your website. I really like your techniques. You have done an outstanding job of showing motion. I hadn’t considered showing this type of motion by blurring the background. I like the mass of etched green and blue. It reminds me of just what the human eye sees. Art is so glorious to make and execute. I for one am more of an illustrator than a full on painter. I enjoy the perfect draftsmanship that builds my artwork before I add color. I’m always aware that someone out there has built a better mouse trap and I’m always looking for better ways to improve my craft. I earn my living by what I draw and paint so I’ll pick up tips and ideas where ever I can as far as illustrated art . Other artists always have some great ideas. Thanks for the tips. Good job, hey that couple looks so happy breezing down the roadway. I’d smile if I was in a convertible also.
thanXs a lot, Anonymous
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