Design a Twitter/Facebook background

  • Status: Closed
  • Prize: $20
  • Entries Received: 29
  • Winner: maximyc

Contest Brief

NOTE 01: This is the fourth contest I will have completed here on Freelancer. All prior contest were closed with a winner being paid.

NOTE 02: This is a guaranteed contest

TITLE: Twitter & Facebook Banner Needed

1. Render the best of the attached photos into black and white Wall Street Journal highly-detailed stipple-type image
2. Red bow tie must remain same color red, though
3. Straighten bow tie (photographers mistake)
4. Put on slightly blurred black and white big city building background in Twitter and Facebook header photo sizes
5. All original layered files provided to me in PSD
6. The layered PSD for Twitter and Facebook in full size given to me
7. All work to be owned by me exclusively
8. I have [url removed, login to view] account. If you need image(s) just send me Dreamstime image number and I will get them for you.

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Public Clarification Board

  • babualoksarkar
    babualoksarkar
    • 2 weeks ago

    Sir, please check my Entry #62 ......

    • 2 weeks ago
  • grassrootscc
    Contest Holder
    • 2 weeks ago

    Please read my comments below before making any additional submissions. Thank you.

    • 2 weeks ago
  • KcLayek
    KcLayek
    • 2 weeks ago

    Please check my entry #46 #47 #48 #49 #50 #53 #54 #55 #56

    • 2 weeks ago
  • andjelovuk
    andjelovuk
    • 2 weeks ago

    Please look at my take on the stipple effect in entry #52

    • 2 weeks ago
  • dreamworld092016
    dreamworld092016
    • 2 weeks ago

    Please check #42 #45

    • 2 weeks ago
  • KcLayek
    KcLayek
    • 2 weeks ago

    check my entry #43 #44

    • 2 weeks ago
  • Benozirr
    Benozirr
    • 2 weeks ago

    working

    • 2 weeks ago
  • grassrootscc
    Contest Holder
    • 2 weeks ago

    Here is how to make this effort become a portrait and not a snapshot. Please try harder to be artistic and not just copyists.

    Here also is a stippled image. If I can do it you should be able too, also. It is at bottom of page.

    https://rehabilitated.org/stippled-image/

    • 2 weeks ago
  • vslcreations
    vslcreations
    • 2 weeks ago

    Check Entry #26 for Stipple Effect & updated covers.

    • 2 weeks ago
    1. grassrootscc
      Contest Holder
      • 2 weeks ago

      Over-stippling

      • 2 weeks ago
  • grassrootscc
    Contest Holder
    • 2 weeks ago

    Using the Pic Sketch app on my iPhone 6+ I produced a stippled image. I am not an artist and so I did not straighten the bow tie or play with all of the effects but the result is reasonably good.

    https://rehabilitated.org/stippled-image/

    Also, this image is not black-and-white. The winning image will be black and white except the red bow tie, the persons image will be stippled. The background will be a black-and-white non-stippled big city (say, like New York) background.

    • 2 weeks ago
    1. sahadat531
      sahadat531
      • 2 weeks ago

      hello sir now check my entry please...

      • 2 weeks ago
  • sharmincm
    sharmincm
    • 2 weeks ago

    Have a look on #11 #12 #13 #14.

    • 2 weeks ago
    1. grassrootscc
      Contest Holder
      • 2 weeks ago

      That is not stippling Sharmin. That is mottling. Please see my Clarification note.

      • 2 weeks ago
  • grassrootscc
    Contest Holder
    • 2 weeks ago

    I obviously failed to make myself clear. Please excuse my error. Here is a link to show a series of stippled images:
    https://www.behance.net/gallery/13373675/WSJ-style-hedcut-portraits.
    Here are some links.
    1. https://www141.lunapic.com/editor/?action=sketch
    2. https://www.manmadediy.com/users/chris/posts/576-how-the-wall-street-journal-s-famous-stipple-portraits-are-created-how-to-included
    When I first heard about the process of taking a color image and converting it to the Wall Street Journal style it was called a "stipple". I see that people may have forgotten this word and now call the process pencil sketch. Originally, these images were hand engraved on copper plates and the plate, in turn, were used to print illustrated books and newspapers. When stippling first began hundreds of years ago there were no photographs, no cameras, no film yet. I have a stippling free app on my iPhone Pic Sketch. You might send an image to your iPhone and then use Pic Sketch.

    • 2 weeks ago
  • sharmincm
    sharmincm
    • 2 weeks ago

    Working..pls wait.

    • 2 weeks ago

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