• Victoria

    I don’t see the PSD – looks like a kid sailing a toy boat, shot from behind and slightly below.

  • pixeldiva

    For everyone who is going to say it’s a kid with a toy boat, look at the scale of the waves and the splashes around the legs (look more like boat wakes seen from far away) and also the fact that the kid’s pants are not getting wet from being in the water.

    • omnichad

      I’m pretty sure it’s supposed to be an ocean and a life-sized boat. His pants are already darker toward the bottom – no need to really exaggerate that any more. The breaks in the water are fairly well done. It’s not that much of a PSD. Just a PS(not-perfect).

    • mcewenpe

      In a child’s imagination, the boat is full sized.

  • Fred

    I don’t think this is a PSD. It makes perfect sense to show the imagination of a kid playing with boats and, in his mind, having them be real.

  • PSssssssss

    Yeah, same for me : not a perfect PS, but not bad anyway.

  • Waldobaby

    Okeanos, spoiled little Titan that he was, often took advantage of the fact that the little humans couldn’t see him…

  • Shaun☆翔☆Leitmeyer

    Only problem I see here is the hand, but when you can’t exactly tell the professional level of the company, I wouldn’t nit pick. If this was a major international brand that obviously has the money to hire an exceptional graphic artist (McDonald’s, CocaCola, and such), then you have a PSD.

  • SuisJeFou

    Not at all a PSD.
    Come on guys!

  • dma

    Why is the front of the boat semi transparent if it’s a PS (not perfect)? The boy is obviously cut/paste into the icky green water (lack of color correction perhaps) Although I m grad to see they put the effort into the waves around the boys legs, I’m not 100% sure they are going the right way. The boat have motion waves on the front because it’s moving, but the boy is stationary… Wouldn’t he therefore have smaller trail waves on the back?