Itís impressive, though I still donít believe nuklear did it, but I donít think that calling him a "fuckturd" is getting anywhere, especially sense he doesnít seem to give a shit what you call him, regardless to the fact that he is trying to get us to believe his changing story as you said, Tony. Seeing as its an elementary school with no real fences to keep kids from coming in, I'm also one to believe that it would be hard, if not imposable to keep little kids from coming in & messing it up, especially sense its obviously open to people, seeing as you are in it. Now as you claimed to walk to the center to get a picture, I donít see a single foot step, & unless youíre using very silky smooth bottomed shoes, no shoe or even a rock for that matter, would be able to do that. I donít know if this was Photoshop or not, seeing as I donít know all that much about the program, especially filter wise, but what leads be to believe that it is a special effect, is that like I said before, there are no foot steps from you going in or out of the center, & I highly doubt that your any lighter then even 1 of your shoes, which would still make an indentation, without even being worn. Another thing that I had noticed, is that from the looks of it, the picture seems to have some sort of panoramic bend on the straight edges, which might have been some sort of side effect to the special effect, though in the same respect, could just be a camera lens problem, so its nothing really reliable to look into as solid proof. Anyway, from the looks of it, its sand, so why when you stand on it in your picture, you donít seem to sink into it? Maybe perhaps some editing was done? I Donno, the shadow seems to support this theory though, because as the shadow on the bench shows, the shadow tilts down some, & the shadow on nuklear goes streight to the left! If it is perhaps some slick editing, this could easily be someone elseís master piece, snagged from the internet & edited with your in it.
None of my proof is 100%, but it is something to look into & some stuff I noticed when I was looking at it to find anything that might support the theory that itís fake.
Until some of my proof is explained though, I will still see it as fallows:
Master Piece? Yes
Made by you? No
Dude, if you were out there for that long, I'm sorry, it was fucking hot outside, but it's been that way for almost 2 weeks (except for a 2 or 3 days). I know riding my bike is murder in this weather, and I'm only out for 2 or 3 hours at a time.
If not Photoshop, some slick 3D modelling with some paste & edit for his picture, taking advantige of the black shadow that doesnt need to be edited any farther then the ripple. There is just so much that proves that this is so fake & I'm going for what makes sense. Expecially knowing nuklear well enough to know that he cant do something even remotely close to this, compairing to the work he's has game wise, on DC.
you think nuklear has the brainpower to 3d model something and apply drop shadows or even use photoshop?
Once you rule out the impossible, what you are left with; no matter how improbable, must be the truth.
I think either he/someone else did it, I don't think it's a fake. How many times have you wasted hours doing something stupid like that when you were nuklear's age? I wasted lots of time in stupid ways like that.
Thanks for telling me what you think though cassetta.
Shab, your right. It was made in the rocks by foot. I did make it. I'm sure that if you could get a hold of amnesiasoft then he could tell you that I did do it. He was there for about 5 of the hours. Our dad kicked us out of the house for the day until 5:30. I worked on it from about 11 am until about 10ish. He should tell you that I did it.
Heh, he is right. There is no way that I could make that that good on the computer. I suck.
Look, this is the only kind of artsy fartsy stuff that I can do at all. Don't take that away from me.
Nuklear definately didn't do this. Not by foot anyway. The circles are too perfect, not just roundwise, but also depth wise. I find it impossible to believe Nuklear, the guy who made Punch It to be that accurate, especially while there are obstacles in the sand.