15 Wickedly Awesome Photomanipulations by Robin Lakowitz

15 Wickedly Awesome Photomanipulations by Robin Lakowitz

15 Wickedly Awesome Photomanipulations by Robin Lakowitz

What materials/medium do you most enjoy working with?

This question is easy: Because I just work with my computer and Photoshop, I enjoy work with them the most.

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I liked what you did with “The Aftermath”. How did you create this scene?

Haha. It's not a long time ago since it was created. At first: This work was created with GIMP. Why GIMP? In school (Computer Science) we worked with GIMP. And we got some lessons to play around with it. So, I just wanted my friends how I do my work. First I searched for a street, I wanted to create an apocalyptic-scene again – so I searched for grass and vines etc. All these things I blended together in 4 lessons I think. At home I just played around with the colors of the picture to make it better. If you are interested how I've done it – visit my youtube-channel and watch the progression of “The Aftermath”.

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What keeps you busy now? Do you have new projects that the readers should look out for from you?

Yes, for sure. Because I want to fill my YouTube-channel with new speedarts, I am really busy with new works. Also I am entering lots of contests at the moment to increase my exposure. But beside all this YouTube-stuff my Deviantart, Shadowness and Behance Gallery will be updated with all new works and informations, too. Look up to my upcoming work “The Journey” - check it out on 7/2/2012: Inclusive speedart-video on YouTube!

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Lastly, any message for our readers?

To all people who are already creating artworks, photomanipulations etc. or want to start creating them: Never give up! For sure, you will see work that are better than yours. For sure you will have no motivation to keep up your work. For sure someone will criticize you – but don't get down because of this! Keep up your work, keep getting better, gain inspiration, enjoy working on new works – never forget that the most important thing is, that you have fun while you're working! Everyone starts as a nobody, everyone. But everyone who don't gives up will grow up as a well-known Artist. Just work hard for it! Also I want to thank you for reading, I want to excuse some grammar-mistakes – I tried my best. And also I want to thank you again for asking me for this interview. This really means a lot to me. I would appreciate it if you take a short look at my Deviantart, Shadowness, Behance and YouTube-Channel!

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11 comments on “15 Wickedly Awesome Photomanipulations by Robin Lakowitz”

  1. Your thinking is so good.
    I like that thinking ..... “full of effects ?” and “with a profound concept?”

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