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johnnyboy114 9 231 106 United Kingdom
19 May 2009 7:58AM
I theory, a good idea. But there are some fundamental mistakes on this I am afraid....

Firstly, you can see the "cut out" lines where she has been superimposed on to the background. Secondly, the lighting is COMPLETELY different on both layers and don't match at all. It is not the most successful of patches.....

She also looks like she has been "free transformed" pretty badly too, looking squashed and out of shape and unnatural. Its a very odd juxtaposition.

A good idea, but needs a lot of work......

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frink 9 2 Ireland
19 May 2009 11:31AM
it something i tryed ..............dont have it right yet ...........thanks for your comments ...................frink

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