QFX Gallery Information

Note: All images presented in the QFX Gallery are the property of the individual artists or creators. No image may be reproduced, copied or distributed in any manner without the written consent of the image owner.


  1. Homage to Magritte by Ron Scott. This image demonstrates Warping in QFX which was used to map the clouds onto the face and body of the model. The layout of the clouds was created from five separate cloud images using Bitmap Objects. 1993 Ron Scott, Inc.
  2. Bluenude by Bill Goendyke. Three different photographs were composited in QFX using masking techniques to create this image. 1993 Bill Groendyke.
    Bill Groendyke
    888 Intra Coastal Drive 14G
    Ft Lauderdale, FL 33304
    (954) 564-8934

  3. Blue Leaves by Lois and Bob Schlowsky. Scanned images and digital photography were combined to create this image for the Tony Stone Images Inc stock agency. 1993 Lois and Bob Schlowsky.
    Schlowsky Photography
    73 Old Road
    Weston, MA 02193
    (617) 899 5110

  4. Down the Drain by Ron Scott. This image was created for an invitation to a "going out of business" party. Warping was used to create the effect of the torso and legs swirling down the drain. Window linking was used to paint back the water in selected areas so the fingers and hand appeared under the water. 1994 Ron Scott, Inc.
  5. Leaves and Eye by Greg Dawson. A simple but effective composition with a subtle shadow effect applied to the eye rectangle. 1994 Greg Dawson.
  6. Digital Directions by Elsie Pickering. Promotional piece created for a digital lab. 1992 Elsie Pickering.
    Elsie Pickering
    10 East Elm Street
    Chicago, IL 60611
    (312) 944-6133

  7. Modern Medicine by Lois and Bob Schlowsky. Part of a series produced for Tony Stone Images Inc, a stock image agency, using a combination of scans and digital photography. 1994 Lois and Bob Schlowsky.
    Schlowsky Photography
    73 Old Road
    Weston, MA 02193
    (617) 899 5110

  8. Java Jive by Karla West. This image was created for the QFX tutorial. In the tutorial on composing images you are shown how to create this composition in both Paint and Draw mode in QFX. 1995 Ron Scott, Inc.
  9. Guardian by Jeffrey D. Myers. The arch was created by duplicating a single arch twice. A combination of window linking and masking was used to paint through, revealing the clouds and veiled woman. Warping distorted a flipped copy of the image to create the reflection. 1993 Jeffrey D. Myers
    Myers Photographic Illustration
    5250 Gulfton 4A
    Houston, TX 77081
    (713) 661-9532

  10. Sonya Ratay Catalog by Richard Welnowski. The backgrounds for all the images in this couture catalog were photographed in a museum that would not permit the additional lighting that would be required to shoot the models on location. Therefore the models were photographed in the studio and composited into the backgrounds using QFX. The unique soft edge of the brushes in QFX made it easy to create the subtle masks required to create a seamless composition.
    Richard Welnowski
    Computer Imaging
    515 Farnham Ave.
    Lodi, NJ 07644
    (201) 772-5710

  11. Step Out by Nadish Naoroji. This image was created as a promotional piece for "The Big Plot", Melbourne's first short run digital large format printer. A building was photographed with a wide angle lens. The sky was posterized to add color. The billboard was created with a lasso tool and the Big Plot's logo was given perspective and composited. The model, photographed in the studio, was added at various sizes using three different alpha masks. Finally the Step Out text was added and embossed to give depth. 1993 Nadish Naoroji.
    Multicomm Productions
    http://www.mprod.com.au
    8 Park Crescent, Caulfield North
    Victoria, 3161, Australia
    (61-3) 9500 9907
    office@mprod.com.au

  12. Retro by Ron Scott. This image was created to illustrate modern communications, but with a retro look. The various elements were composited in QFX. The Shadow effect was used to create the drop shadows for the keys. Image Control was used to change the colors in the small images across the bottom. 1993 Ron Scott, Inc.
  13. Jurek Grafix by John Keith. This piece is a promotional flyer for a T-shirt artist. The entire layout was done in QFX Draw mode with each T-shirt a Bitmap Object with one of the artist's paintings as the fill for each object. The Glow effect added the glow around the logo at the center of the composition. 1996 John Keith
    Rising Star
    445 E. Illinois, Suite 345
    Chicago, IL 60611
    (312) 836 7827
    www.r-star.com

  14. Encore by Janice Rubin and Charles Wiese. This image was created by Janice and her husband Charles for the cover of Encore! the official program magazine for the Society For the Performing Arts in Houston, Texas. 1992 Janice Rubin.
    Rubin Wiese Photography
    705 East 16th Street
    Houston, TX 77008
    (713) 868-6060

  15. Windows by Ron Scott. Created for an advertisement for QFX for Windows, this image demonstrates the power of QFX Bitmap Objects. All the images were composed with soft, blended edges without having to create masks just by varying the edge softness for for each object. 1995 Ron Scott, Inc.
  16. Red Taos by Charles Wiese. The apparent 3D spheres were created by filling lassos with circular ramps. 1994 Charles Wiese.
    Rubin Wiese Photography
    705 East 16th Street
    Houston, TX 77008
    (713) 868-6060

  17. Scitex Packaging Montage 1 by Lois and Bob Schlowsky.
  18. Scitex Packaging Montage 2 by Lois and Bob Schlowsky.
  19. Scitex Packaging Montage 3 by Lois and Bob Schlowsky.
  20. Scitex Packaging Montage 4 by Lois and Bob Schlowsky.
    This series of images was created for the packaging for a line of publishing XTensions for QuarkXpress by Scitex America Corporation. 1993 Lois and Bob Schlowsky.
    Schlowsky Photography
    73 Old Road
    Weston, MA 02193
    (617) 899 5110

  21. Hurricane Season by Karla West. This image was done entirely in Draw mode and shows how QFX Ramps can be used to create striking 3D illusions in two dimensional graphics. 1995 Ron Scott, Inc.
  22. Christmas Card by Steven Campbell. An image for a Christmas card in which QFX was used to create the reflections and shadows on the piano as well as perform all the masking and the final composition. 1993 Steven Campbell.
    Studio Eleven
    701 Industrial Blvd.
    Minneapolis, MN 55413
    (612) 623 7100

  23. QFX Effects by Karla West. This montage illustrates several of the QFX effects: Remap, Monochrome, High Contrast, Posterize and Image Control (to do the solarization). 1996 Ron Scott, Inc
  24. Turn To Texas by Pam Francis. This composition demonstrates the powerful CMYK editing capabilities of QFX. Click the thumbnail image to examine the higher resolution image to see the two original elements, each a 65 megabyte CMYK scan from Haywood Graphics of Houston. The mask for the sky was created almost exclusively using the anti-aliased Magic tool, with the intricate details and fine tuning of the mask done with the soft edge brush. Window linking was used exclusively to accomplish the composition via painting through and allowed for subtle blending of the elements using either the brush or a variety of lasso tools. 1996 Pam Francis.
    Pam Francis Photography
    2700 Albany #303
    Houston, TX 77006
    (713) 528-7800
    www.turntotexas.com

  25. Joe by Hans-Joerg Pfettscher and Thomas Schmitt. This image was done entirely in Draw mode, using soft-edge objects, ramped (gradient) objects and transparent objects only. No bitmap objects or Paint tools were used.
    Creapolis
    Karlsruhe, Germany
    info@creapolis.de
    www.creapolis.de
  26. Tire by Hans-Joerg Pfettscher and Thomas Schmitt. This image was done entirely in Draw mode, using soft-edge objects, ramped (gradient) objects and transparent objects only. No bitmap objects or Paint tools were used. Note the detail in the insets in the higer resolution view (click on thumbnail image).
    Creapolis
    Karlsruhe, Germany
    info@creapolis.de
    www.creapolis.de
  27. Technic by Hans-Joerg Pfettscher and Thomas Schmitt. This image was done entirely in Draw mode, using soft-edge objects, ramped (gradient) objects and transparent objects only. No bitmap objects or Paint tools were used.
    Creapolis
    Karlsruhe, Germany
    info@creapolis.de
    www.creapolis.de
  28. Seasons Greetings by Karla West. This image was created for a Christmas card. Karla does all her QFX work in Draw mode and this is an excellent example of what she can do. 1997 Ron Scott, Inc.

Note: All images presented in the QFX Gallery are the property of the individual artists or creators. No image may be reproduced, copied or distributed in any manner without the written consent of the image owner.