Photo Stippling (WSJ-style hedcuts) of Head Shots
- Durum: Closed
- Ödül: $100
- Alınan Girdiler: 67
- Kazanan Girdiler: aliabedart
I have a set of head shots of business professionals that I'd like turned into stippled drawings like the Wall Street Journal's "hedcuts." For example, I'd a stipple drawing like the Arnold Schwarzenegger stipple drawing below created from a head shot photograph.
Below is a photograph that I'd like transformed into a stipple drawing for a website. The photograph has a resolution of 2232 x 2790. The stippled drawings that you create can be at a significantly lower resolution like, e.g., 300 x 400.
Per my discretion, the "winner" of the contest will have the opportunity to "stipple" another 16 photographs at a negotiated rate.
I do not have any restrictions on how your perform this task. You can create the "stipple" drawings manually or automatically (e.g., using photoshop filters, workflows, etc.)
-----UPDATE August 31, 2015-----
Many of the contest entries look great. However, when most entries are scaled down (e.g., decreased in size, resolution decreased) to 300 x 400 or so such that the image would look good on a small portion of a website (e.g., no larger than 10% or so of a webpage for an employee profile), the stippling is not viewable and instead, the image looks like a black and white photo.....
Another way to describe it is that the stippling on most of these entries is too "tight" or too detailed. Again, the end target should be a around 300 x 400 or 250 x 350. Thus, if your re-size, or scale, your entry to such resolutions, and the stippling is not viewable, then the entry will not win this contest.