Nick Muskovac

 

 

 

 

Road to Outerspace
November 2014

Image is made up of many components;  road is from Monument Valley, grass is from Yellowstone;  planets were made from a special software that I use, Andromedia 3D.
sky is from my library of skies ;  My grand daughter Megan was placed on the road.  Some stuff was borrowed from Bryce Canyon. I made the rockets with trails in Photoshop.

6 Comments

  1. T.W. Woodruff
    Posted November 19, 2014 at November 19, 2014 7:03 pm by T.W. Woodruff | Permalink

    Nice creation Nick. The granddaughter gives scale to the image. I might have moved her back a little and have her looking at the planets.

  2. Posted November 21, 2014 at November 21, 2014 12:48 am by Barbara E Miller | Permalink

    This is a great composite Nick. I am not sure about the two planets, I think one, the one on the L, perhaps enlarged, would suffice The narrowing of the road and the addition of Megan gives it a marvellous touch.

  3. Posted November 21, 2014 at November 21, 2014 2:33 am by Michael Lillis | Permalink

    Nick, you are a master in combining different elements in a creative image. But sometimes there are to many elements which makes the image busy and not having a single subject. I would use only one planet, forget the rockets and make your granddaughter more in scale to the road.

  4. Posted November 24, 2014 at November 24, 2014 12:16 am by nancyconley | Permalink

    You have very clean cut elements. I also think maybe one planet would be better and I would probably sink the bottom of it a bit below the horizon. Nice creative image.

  5. Posted November 24, 2014 at November 24, 2014 10:48 pm by johnyurchak | Permalink

    You always ave a creative eye for different things to put into a photo. I like the rest think only one planet would have sufficed, as well as put Megan just a little more to the back on the road .

  6. Posted November 26, 2014 at November 26, 2014 8:34 am by David F Cooke | Permalink

    You do these photomontage images so well, Nick and this is as well executed as ever. I’m not sure that the positioning of the figure in the centre of the image works quite as well as it would if it were more off centre – but that’s a matter of personal choice.

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