Thanks for 'opening' the thread with a first contribution!
I don't think they're too bad, Nick. I do like the first one a lot more, the red in the second doesn't work for me. But the first is OK, don't you think? The red on the very right picks up the red from the movie title in the center. (Oh, and what movie you chose... )
Thank you - I should have read the text on the box more carefully, where it clearly says it's a game. Sorry Nick.Thanks Roland. Actually that is a board game that you play cooperatively by poling your resources and skills. I too prefer the first. But what I really meant by no option is good, is either way it is still a darn Pandemic! I think I'll work on this some more.
Wow, THANK YOU, that is one of the many good options, use cases, this CS is meant to be all about! The muting of the background works perfectly here. As you say, it fits perfectly! I really want to see what experienced people decide to do, and when Learn from the better ones Thanks again!Cloudy day, so this photo aims to emphasize that feeling. It's a 4-image stack with a hue/saturation layer applied with a color range mask to make the background even more monotone than it already appeared. Slightly cropped.
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One of the SOOC images (for reference):
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I'd only want to try it out to learn what a real rear wheel drive would do in extreme situations. Safety training, learing, that kind of stuff. My own car is an all wheel drive, and I know how that one behaves: very VERY much control, so the heart rate stays under control as well. Under-steering due to the sheer weight, but the front motor can correct that with a stomp on the accelerator (Tesla Model S 85D)If you're willing to push it, driving an M is quite effective at elevating your heart rate while still being very much under control.