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photoblog image (Fun Week 2/2010)  It's Him and Him and Him!

(Fun Week 2/2010) It's Him and Him and Him!

To break up the ongoing set of themes from Suffolk for a week I am posting a few more twiddles this week, except for tomorrow, Armistice Day, please don't take them seriously.

 

I really don't know quite what to say about this one.  The idea came from a tutorial and template in a magazine I bought and three pictures of certain gentlemen I met at Stratford came readily to hand to complete the exercise :))

 

For those of you not familiar with who is who the left gent is trimage (Richard Trim), to the right is chad (A.C.Doveton) and on top is Yellowbear (Bill Phillips), sadly Tiff (Chris Phillips) conveniently kept himself out of range of my camera, next time perhaps.

(Fun Week 2/2010) It's Him and Him and Him!

To break up the ongoing set of themes from Suffolk for a week I am posting a few more twiddles this week, except for tomorrow, Armistice Day, please don't take them seriously.

 

I really don't know quite what to say about this one.  The idea came from a tutorial and template in a magazine I bought and three pictures of certain gentlemen I met at Stratford came readily to hand to complete the exercise :))

 

For those of you not familiar with who is who the left gent is trimage (Richard Trim), to the right is chad (A.C.Doveton) and on top is Yellowbear (Bill Phillips), sadly Tiff (Chris Phillips) conveniently kept himself out of range of my camera, next time perhaps.

comments (26)

the luck of the dice, good fun shot
Brian Walbey: Thanks Derek.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 10 Nov 2010, 01:30
Cripes, Brian! What a waste to use this opportunity to showcase your new talent with these old stooges geezers...you could have found three pretty young things in bathing costumes and really made it sing sweetly...


Very nice twiddle, Sir!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ray. Three pretty young things out of bathing costumes might have been even better!
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 10 Nov 2010, 05:45
FABULOUS....Brian...this is just FABULOUS...so Chris is at the backside of these cubes... wink
Love these tricks, a likey to me.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Astrid. You have to imagine Chris is hiding at the back.
Oh very cleverly presented, Brian! You are so good at these. (:o)
Brian Walbey: Thanks Rosalyn. Well I had help from the ready prepared template and a set of instructions.
Hahahaha. You have done a great job here Brian.

I love Ray's comment!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Bill, I thought you would enjoy it.
This is very clever well put together Brian. Brilliant.
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Scotia.
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 10 Nov 2010, 07:23
This is fantastic mate
Brian Walbey: Thanks Tony.
Ha ha good fun twiddle, these guys get more SC face time than any otherssmile
Brian Walbey: I reckon your about right there Nigel.
  • vintage
  • Brisbane Australia
  • 10 Nov 2010, 07:30
Fab work Brian
Brian Walbey: Thanks vintage.
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 10 Nov 2010, 07:46
This tickles me to no end, Brian. I love what can be done with twiddles! smile
Brian Walbey: Yes indeed Ginnie. I did get the basic template though and just followed instructions.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 10 Nov 2010, 08:21
This is a brilliant piece of work Brian - congratulations!

However it does look like some sort of demonic dice game..
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chris, you have to imagine your on the back of the dice being top of the pile, number 6 smile
  • Aussie
  • a wet rocky
  • 10 Nov 2010, 08:50
Great twiddle
Brian Walbey: Thanks Aussie.
what a fun collage, I like it. What program is this made with?
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chantal. I done it in CS3 using a template of the cube off a CD and then followed instructions.
Are these blocks or blokes? Very clever.
Brian Walbey: The clever person is the one who put the basic cube on a "freebie" disc so I could use it Mary.
Well twiddled, Brian - what was the mag?
Brian Walbey: Thanks Tom. The template and instructions came from a Digital Photo publication dated Summer 2010 and called Top Photoshop Techniques.
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 10 Nov 2010, 12:20
You could start a new game of dice - you get a day's photographic outing with whichever one lands uppermost! Great twiddle.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ingrid. No doubt I would enjoy a day out shooting photos with any of these guys including the missing one Chris.
Very clever! I used to have photo frames like ,this, way back in time

Hope you are doing great!
Brian Walbey: Yes I remember frames like this Marion. I am doing well thankyou, I trust things are now settling down after your move.
This is excellent, Brian. So much fun. Even if Chris had been in camera range for you to capture, it would not have made any difference as his image would have been on the dark & hidden side of the cube anyway.
Brian Walbey: Some might say Beverly that the hidden side might be the best place for Chris but I don't really think so, he is a very nice chap in real life, I had the pleasure of meeting all of these gentlemen in April when we had a getogether at Stratford upon Avon.
Oh fabulous. How clever of you Brian to show these three berks...hang on...one of them looks like me.
Brian Walbey: I'm sure you will take this bit of fun in the spirit with which it was intended Chad. I'm just waiting for a commant from Richard now.
This creased me up Brian ... excellent stuff.
Why didn't you air brush out all my crows-feet laugh lines

[grin]
Brian Walbey: I couldn't find the air-brush tool Richard so I left it "as is" smile
Clever Stuff Brian.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Martin.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 10 Nov 2010, 17:23
Oh, LOL stuff- and I admire your great technical skills! And who are nr. 5 & 6 of the dice? Perhaps it's our couple Her & Her? Chris is mostly not so shy hiding at the back - Anniedog worked with a dice while writing her MA! Imagine we had to use the dice copying the photographical style of each person! I think you did find your own style- it's fine!
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Philine.
  • Alan
  • Grasmere
  • 10 Nov 2010, 17:36
It's not one of those Rubic Cube things, is it, Brian? Heaven help us if so! I've got a big collection of CD-ROMs from photographic magazine that I keep meaning to do something with but never have the time. Perhaps when I retire...
Brian Walbey: It's only since I retires I got time to play about like this Alan.
A bit of a shock Brian smile No nubile lasses available? Oh I see Ray had the same thought.
Brian Walbey: I don't know any nubile lasses these days John, I'm far too old.
That's awfully clever.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ellie.
This is good fun Brian - cleverly done
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Pamela.

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