Graphic Worm

Sample Image

Until I started participating in a graphic worm over on Proboards Support, I had never heard of a graphic worm. But as soon as I looked at the example links that were provided to show people what a graphic worm is, I was completely in awe of a lot of the images that I saw. So, of course, I jumped at the chance to try it. I loved the challenge of the whole thing. Now, you have to understand that sometimes there isn't really a challenge in creating a connecting image if a person makes the right side of their image a solid color, or even a gradient color. If there isn't a lot going on on the right side, it can be pretty easy to create a connecting image. I decided to write this tutorial to show one example of how to go about creating a connecting image when it's not so simple, when there is a lot of texture on the right side. But not only that, this tutorial, in my opinion, can be very useful even if you are working with a solid color because I show you how to go about working with the previous image to make sure that your connecting image does connect without an obvious line separating the two images.

I state this in the tutorial but I will state it here too ... this is one way of doing it. There are many other ways to go about creating a connecting image. Perhaps in the future I will write up additional worm tutorials to show how I've done some of my more complex image worm pieces.

 

 

Below are some links to various graphic worms online.

http://www.worm.bluesfear.com/index2.html
http://www.narutotcg.com/mana/leworm.html
http://nemertini.com/
http://www.wormville.co.uk/5_worm1/

Here are the links to the worms that I have participated in, and those that I host.

http://www.vanillaorchids.org/pbs4/
http://www.vanillaorchids.org/pbs3/

http://www.vanillaorchids.org/pbs2/
http://www.vanillaorchids.org/pbs/

http://www.vanillaorchids.org/socal/

 

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