117 - Create art that captures All Together, as a Whole

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Re: 117 - Create art that captures All Together, as a Whole

Post by shantanubala » Wed Jan 30, 2008 12:51 am

The only thing I can possibly suggest is a little brightness. If you use the GIMP that's rather easy to add onto the bitmap at the end. (Make it during dawn I guess?).

It'd make things easier to see, and easier to notice the small details that you've added in.

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Re: 117 - Create art that captures All Together, as a Whole

Post by trombonechamp » Wed Jan 30, 2008 2:40 am

I updated the lighting, as well as some other minor changes.

I attached a very low quality version. 

There are higher quality versions at:
http://BernsteinForPresident.com/snowscene10edited.png
http://BernsteinForPresident.com/snowscene10edited.bmp

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Re: 117 - Create art that captures All Together, as a Whole

Post by shantanubala » Wed Jan 30, 2008 3:37 am

Ooooh. Very nice. Just right. Good Job. There's really nothing else I can say.

Just to make your job harder ;) try adding in the moon as a source for that light.

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Re: 117 - Create art that captures All Together, as a Whole

Post by AmyStephen » Thu Jan 31, 2008 12:09 am

I love it. What a great opening piece you had to get everyone charged up and ready to start producing, as you worked on your musical composition. Then, at closure, there is no better way to reflect upon the positive things that happened for all of us during GHOP.

Sincere thanks, Max. I know we will continue to see you around. You are much appreciated and well respected, deservedly, too.

Amy :)

PS - Please upload when you feel you are done and we will mark your task as warmly received and closed!

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Re: 117 - Create art that captures All Together, as a Whole

Post by trombonechamp » Thu Jan 31, 2008 1:14 am

Wow!  GHOP has gone by so quickly!

Thanks Shantanu and Marieke for your help.

Amy: again, thank you so much for this whole opportunity.  I enjoyed 110% of my time working on my projects.  I dearly hope a) Google keeps sponsoring GHOP and b) Joomla! keeps participating in it (especially for the next 3 years :D)
What a great opening piece you had to get everyone charged up and ready to start producing, as you worked on your musical composition. Then, at closure, there is no better way to reflect upon the positive things that happened for all of us during GHOP.
And to think I was joking when I said
If you know of any other FOSS projects that need a song written, I would love to write for an open source project once GHOP is over.  (Unless I just choose "Create art that captures the spirit of Joomla!" and write another song!!!!!)
:laugh:


Thanks again everyone!!!!  :)

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