Ok, here it is...does anybody want to know how to do this?
On a point-and-shoot camera you can just cover the flash while you take it and itt'l do that :P
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so u r gonna show me or not!! lol
haven't zombies been flogged to the death? Movies, Games, Horror.... etc..
flogged to death, maybe but someone keeps "bringing them up" (ugh, the graphics involved with THAT pun, yuck)
Out of their horror graves? xD
bringing up, has a few illustrative meanings....
You need to confine the glow to the eye shape, not just circles. Slits (like a cat's eyes) would work, but again, the glow needs to be confined to the eye shape.
Probably should do something about skin texture as well, bring up the contrast to emphasize any wrinkles or zits-demons and zombies are not known for proper skin care : )
Lighten the shadows on your face, especially if the eyes are supposed to be glowing. The shadows around the nose should be gone, and the bright spot on the tip of your nose should be darkened. Think about where the camera's light source was, and where the new light source (eyes) is-you have to modify the shadows. You could try a color mask over them, leave the shadow but give it a red tint (or whatever color your eyes are glowing) to show two sources of light.
Easy, put some chicken bones, a picture of yurself, and some other crap in a tin and bury it at a crossroads. When a hot chick in black shows up, tell her your joining. Warning: I am not liable for anything that happens if you attempt this procedure.
Warning: I am not liable for anything that happens if you attempt this procedure.Such as littering charges |? LOL
Haha! No but that's supposed to be away to summon a demon to strike a bargain. By there general nature, I'd assume you would get the short end of the stick.
I prefer not to deal in sticks though, so I guess I will pass ;-)
photoshop... or sell ur soul to the devil... XD
used to have it...but I think that you can use bumpmaps in photoshop...