- Fons (16615)
- [2006-01-30 4:17]
prachtig die mysterieuse vliegende voet !Ik wel een beetje Mythologie geleerd maar de hele familie ken ik niet!
- drymd29 (7658)
- [2006-01-30 4:41]
SUPER ironical; so powerful and at the same time so vulnerable.
Great transformation from stone to flesh and the helpness nail'distortion'.
You enjoy this! I know.
I do too.
- kitflorendo (0)
- [2006-01-30 4:55]
Some one has to say this first so it may as well be me.
Bigfoot evidence now firm! Dutch photog captures first 'concrete' evidence of its existence - now irrefutable proof!
The wings are an anomaly, though.
OK, so it's Nike.
Whose foot is this really?
Good pp, Ruud. Could have been better with a little colouring to suit? Even more convincing if it matched up? I know - this is exactly as you intended. ;)
Either way, 9.5/10 from Manila Jury.
- cstathoulis (13325)
- [2006-01-30 6:41]
LOL... It's like the foot of a giant, of a titan (to refer to the Greek Mythology, as you did). Your composition is very well presented and composed; the foot seems so naturally placed in the forest! I like the combination of the real foot and the marble/rock (?) wing. Very good job! And very informative note! :)
- kvrnkiran (3293)
- [2006-01-30 7:16]
Very nice capture. Interesting note too!! Wonderful PP work. TFS.
- Werewolf (26142)
- [2006-01-30 11:12]
From thumbnail i imagine you fix your foot on a tree log. I like the transposition and the mythologic allusion! :)
- Beger (23042)
- [2006-01-30 13:58]
Your photograph makes me laugh! Good humour and pretty wink with mythology. Excellent work of PP. I imagined this goddess with more feminine feet. But as she has much way to do, I imagine that she put on more often espadrilles (Nike) than italian fancy escarpins. That's why the foot are in fan-shaped and nails of toe without varnish! :)
- orbiter (3144)
- [2006-01-30 16:22]
Ha haaa :) You'd have a job trying to find a training shoe to fit that foot :)
Great detail colour and lighting. Good note too, Excellent!
- pranab (3143)
- [2006-01-31 2:35]
one day i'd hope to do pp work like this , until then i'll just watch you guys. great note on the nike.
love the transformation and color composition.
- spike1 (4321)
- [2006-01-31 5:06]
Hi Ruud, another very creative and well-PPed image. Congrats on your ongoing work - always a pleasure to view.
- vsinopoulos (13123)
- [2006-01-31 5:38]
Great imagination, creative and masterful PP work. This is a Ruud trade mark image, very original combination of stone and flesh.
- ckradolfer (0)
- [2006-01-31 6:49]
super pp you are great with this kind of photography Bravo.
a 9 for you
- eliferen (1812)
- [2006-01-31 7:01]
Wow! Perfect work! You made the gradient passing so perfect from stnoe to real foot. Congrats, amazing work Ruud!
- GiuseppeRuberti (0)
- [2006-02-01 4:30]
mooi beeld, goed gedaan.
maar bij Nike, een godin, had ik me wat elegantere voet voorgesteld. Groetjes Giuseppe. 8,5/10 ...
- nova (8693)
- [2006-02-01 22:42]
I love this mythologic picture! Excellent pp work done! You created here a very strange and unusual work of art! Very well done! Michel
- NINIX (6690)
- [2006-02-03 16:52]
I was a bit bussy those days but here I am again.
You made a big step forward in your pictures!
Great! T^his is real origional piece of PS.
I make it favourite.
- maleentjeh (92)
- [2006-02-04 1:50]
Hi Ruud, ik ben blij dat we terug meer experimenteel werk zien van je, want je bent er zo'n kei in !
- pawelen (288)
- [2006-02-04 22:21]
great work here, congratulations.
- cse (0)
- [2006-09-20 8:02]
also your note was very good..
Thank you for this beautiful photo and useful informations!
Cihan Selcuk Eksi