View Full Version : Orks photoshop edit

12-10-2005, 18:14
In style of the photoshop edits for the marine and tyranid boxes, I'm currently working on an ork signature. This is what I've done so far. (http://www.geocities.com/thoume2/orksig.jpg) Any comments? I might post a tutorial or something later...

12-10-2005, 18:16
I like it.

I might be doing something like it...soon?

12-10-2005, 18:29
hey, thats not half bad! i always fancied trying something like that. how did you do the background?

12-10-2005, 18:41
hey, thats not half bad! i always fancied trying something like that. how did you do the background?
The sky was a photo I took one evening (with the reduce noise filter applied to it, although it's not that noticable), whereas the rubble was again a few photos but of a wall that had collapsed next door when a car bashed into it! The grey rubble and had the gaussian blur filter added to it. The red rubble was grey to begin with and had red added to it through the colour variations menu and some of them use the gaussian blur filter...

edit: The wall has been repaired since. It was a few months back I took those pics...

Nameless One
12-10-2005, 20:13
It's pretty good, I like it.

Is it perhaps an idea to blur out the second ork (and surrounding rock) some more to add a bit to the realism?

My second reaction would be to see how the picture would look like if you lessened the transparency of the fire on the left.

Other than, that still pretty nifty. :)

12-10-2005, 20:16
Nice, you've put the seperate images together very well.

12-10-2005, 20:37
Thanks for the suggestions! I've still got the original, so if this is worse then I can work on the old one:


I was going to add more orks (and grots) later. I only started this last evening. :)

12-10-2005, 20:56
Yeah thats cool. I intend on doing a series of shots like this with my fledging undead army. Its gonna have a real Army of the Dead from LOTR feel to the images...

Is it a picture for your signiature?

12-10-2005, 21:14
Is it a picture for your signiature?
Going to be, yes. This is my current one: