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miptog 13 3.6k 62 United Kingdom
20 Nov 2010 7:39PM
Like both versions. V1 just clinches it, although like the legs and use of the netting in V2.

Hmmm is there a V3? Smile

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ColouredImages 14 47 35 United Kingdom
20 Nov 2010 7:39PM
A classic Hepburn pose? Both very good however if I had to choose I'd have to go for V2
cattyal Plus
14 8.8k 6 England
20 Nov 2010 7:45PM
No V3 I'm afraid. I do plan to do more with the netting but just for today I cobbled it into a skirt thing and hoped for the best. I'll gather it up properly for the next attempt......

I must check out some Hepburn shots and see if there are any I can emulate - shame I've not got the Hepburn face but hey, can't have it all Smile It's the gloves you know.....
cassiecat 11 39 46 England
20 Nov 2010 7:46PM
feel v2 adds a modern twist to an old style.lesley
Nigel_95 Plus
13 262 2 United Kingdom
20 Nov 2010 8:45PM
You certainly have legs Alison Smile. I prefer V1.

Rapido57 9 1 England
20 Nov 2010 9:04PM
Like V1 very much indeed - well done!

Pinnace 10 12 Wales
20 Nov 2010 9:06PM
A resounding "CLICK"
Dragstar 11 3 1 England
20 Nov 2010 11:37PM
Definitely V1 for me - and what lovely legs they are !

Mac Smile
artcubis 11 6 United States
20 Nov 2010 11:51PM
Sophia Loren struck the pose back in the 60s in The Millionairess (with peter sellers) but she wore white gloves and white hat.

kaybee 15 6.5k 26 Scotland
21 Nov 2010 12:33AM

I disagree about the background - I think the light one works very well
Cat&Mouse 15 115 Russian Federation
21 Nov 2010 6:34AM
Very delicate!
chase Plus
13 1.1k 247 England
21 Nov 2010 8:30AM
I like both the poses Alison,the white bg looks better from where I'm sitting. Although I do like the textures you have used in V2 & that black netting adds to it,I think you have left just a wee bit too much of the texture on your skin around your neck & shoulders which makes you look a bit ermm 'grubby' in that area.
Love the outfit !
cattyal Plus
14 8.8k 6 England
21 Nov 2010 9:32AM
Thanks everyone Smile I've just taken a look at the Sophia Loren pic - there is absolutely no way I could get my waistline down that small - well, not without someone to force me into a serious corset Smile

Ah - yep you're right Janet - I should have cleaned up my skin. I did try the texture on V1 and did do the skin on that and it looked rather strange - it would have been ok on V2 though - hey ho........
cattyal Plus
14 8.8k 6 England
21 Nov 2010 10:30AM
Excellent mod Smile Maybe I'll tweak some of my other ones!

Reluctantly I've just put the heating on - well I guess a 3 year old and tiny baby would appreciate a bit of warmth this afternoon. Maybe when they've gone I'll have another play while it's warm up there - that'll be a novelty!
kaybee 15 6.5k 26 Scotland
21 Nov 2010 10:34AM
Couldn't help coming back for a play
Nikola 8 1 India
21 Nov 2010 10:35AM
Beautiful concept and composition.
Suehh 12 39 6 England
22 Nov 2010 3:35PM
cattyal Plus
14 8.8k 6 England
22 Nov 2010 6:10PM
Thanks again everyone Smile By the time I finished yesterday I just couldn't be bothered to get changed and do any more SPs - maybe another day.......
Glostopcat 13 255 2 England
7 Dec 2010 9:26PM
These images certainly have legs Alison, although I prefer the previous one which Robin ruined in the mods!
Gypsyman 8 671 England
8 Dec 2010 11:49AM
Alison, Those legs were not for walking round parks and lakes in the
ice and snow, but they appear to work for you. Eric.
cattyal Plus
14 8.8k 6 England
8 Dec 2010 12:24PM
Ha Smile These legs spend most of their time wrapped in jeans and wearing nice chunky walking boots - they only come out for photographs Smile

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