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    Default The Shipyard Exercise

    Hi all,

    I invite you all to give this postworking exercise a go!

    head to the Shipyard Postwork Breakdown post on the blog, watch it and then download the source files that you will use to try and make your own postworked version for the image.

    Enjoy!
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    Good exercise, I will try a snow mood.

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    Default ill give it a go tomorrow.

    ronen,

    thank you for this quest and of course the breakdown. its fascinating how complex images can be made by just using the basic tools. all thats been used there are the same tools i use, but never in those kinds of arrangements and blend modes. that was awesome.
    tomorrow morning i maybe got some spare time to tryout a little ps.

    greets,
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    Hello,
    A little wip for my post-pro. I have to add frost on the windows and some other details.
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    First time paste my exercise.
    BTW your website is soooo good, i learnt a lot, THX
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    This looks very good... You went for doing it the same way as much as possible, and you got me confused there for a sec

    I just want to point out to all of you that you can take it any where you like - same as pixelflakes did or otherwise.

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    can someone send me the download link of the exercise files? seems i cannot download from the blog..

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    Quote Originally Posted by kherolg View Post
    can someone send me the download link of the exercise files? seems i cannot download from the blog..
    Try once more. I tested it now and works OK

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    Default Shipyard before night

    since this is the first time i participate in this forum, first I have to salute you all! So Hello everyone! This is an experimentation I've made on the shipyard exercise and I wanted to test how it would work with a different color palette, creating a different mood...your comments are more than welcome
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    Default Shipyard in the outback

    Here's my attempt,

    thought an outback Australian scene could be fun...

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    Sorry, this's my first time use this web. Actually, i cannot find the download link on this page.Anybody can tell me where is the download link? THx!!!

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    Hi everyone! I'm new and this is my first post here. There you have my attempt to recreate the original mood. Thanks Ronen and Pixelflakes for this amazing tutorial!

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