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kaybee 12 4.9k 25 Scotland
28 May 2010 12:56PM
It would look much better if there was some texture in the skin - it looks just too artificial here for me which is a shame because I really like the colours

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GarethRobinson 10 1.0k 2 United Kingdom
28 May 2010 1:17PM
Way to plastic for my taste.
JohnnyGraham 11 98 Scotland
28 May 2010 1:30PM
unashamedly 'plastic' and 'artifical' in this case as it was to suit the taste of the person in the picture.

I cant please everyone but I can please the client Wink
GarethRobinson 10 1.0k 2 United Kingdom
28 May 2010 2:08PM
If the clients happy that's all that matters so in that respect well done.

This bonnie Lass looks much better with a hint of a smile, her face lights up.

28 May 2010 4:36PM
Must admit I prefer the "artificial" look, adds to the style of the image.
frink 8 2 Ireland
29 May 2010 12:26AM
its a bit doll like .......
JohnnyGraham 11 98 Scotland
29 May 2010 3:49AM
she is indeed a doll.

dudler Plus
13 464 881 England
29 May 2010 1:43PM
I can understand that you make the picture to sell to the client: but you did ask for comments! I agree - this is the "airbrush" look, and while it's a lovely example, it is an awful long way from reality.

So 'tis good she asked you for pictures, and not me: I like the "real, film-based" look. Preferably on film...

Though who's to say that she wouldn't like a more reality-based image, as well?

JohnnyGraham 11 98 Scotland
29 May 2010 4:34PM
a more reality based image at that precise point would of revealed a skin condition.

tis good you commented, thank you!

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