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Ohh I was just asking if this was based on the Creative Commons license because some people forget to tag it. I strictly obey everyone's work and that's why I was asking permission. Thank you for your reply anyways.
How do you get that nice matte looking effect on the image? Is it done when you take the picture or in PhotoShop? I love photos like this, they're just gorgeous, and I'd love to know how to take photos like that.
gracias, it looks good. It's kind of funny though to see how popular this one got. I found a stock image, fixed it up and put astro boy in it which took a long time and it wasn't popular at all. Then someone asked if I'd take out astro boy and just have the pic alone and in one day I think it has over 500 views.
anytime, requests actually make it a lot easier to do wallpapers, a lot of the time I see random things and want to make one and half the time they don't turn out so well, but when I have a clear subject, they turn out pretty good.