The Golden Key: Second idea for last critique before final

I’d gone of on a tangent with the first idea, so I decided to come back to the idea that I had when I was looking at my sister’s Jenga blocks.

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^Cut out most of the boy, to keep just a slight outline and changed the black to a lighter colour

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^ Liquifying wasn’t working, it kept ruining the quality of the scan.

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^ Went back to this version

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^Tried to efficiently select the twigs using the method I learnt from the double exposure video

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^ started by arranging them in a circular way

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^ The tiniest adjustments made it conform to the keyhole shape.

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^Used the burn tool to bring out the colour of the face (otherwise it got hidden in the twigs)

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^Tried a different colour (even tried adding the motion blur/wood

specks to the grey). Didn’t look as good

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^ Added motion blur specks on to the scanned wood grain, it BARELY made a difference. You can’t even tell which one has the extra details and which one doesn’t

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