Eye Candy Planes

By | March 11th, 2013|Eye Candy, Fun|2 Comments

Check out this awesome Eye Candy creation from Kenny Price.

Most of the image was made with basic Photoshop shape elements and Eye Candy. Kenny said the prints of this piece are amazing. He works at an aircraft facility in Greensboro, NC. A coworker of his thought the bolts were real!

Kenny said that buying Eye Candy was the best money he could spend. He used to make Chrome and Brushed Metal effects in Photoshop, which ate up a lot of his time.

Beautiful work, Kenny! Thanks for sharing.

Click the image below for a larger view.

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2 Comments

  1. Alan Hutchison March 11, 2013 at 2:59 pm

    Very Very Nice – however the photographer in me can’t help but notice the shadows on those nuts all pointing in different directions – perhaps a reminder that it’s the subtleties of light shaping that really refines a photo-realistic image? A stunning image nonetheless!

  2. Tony Pritchard March 11, 2013 at 5:39 pm

    Hey Alan: I see your point,but even Cliff Richard (Sir) thought that the shades were a nuisance.

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