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BarryC123 13 43 25 Ireland
3 Apr 2009 6:16PM
Another of the fantastic no-mates gang !
These are great fun, please keep them coming.


I have to admit, though, the first is still my favourite.
Paree 16 616 3
3 Apr 2009 6:20PM
brilliant image
paree
davey_griffo 12 213 165 England
3 Apr 2009 6:52PM
I agree Barry. For no reason I can put my finger on, I like the first too.

I enjoy these pics, but I am wary of becoming repetative, or seeming to run out of ideas.

This one was taken on laundry day. I was stood by the window sorting the wet washing straight from the dryer, like the me in yellow, when the idea struck me. So I dived upstairs for my camera, & took these shots. I took 2 more, but as they were closer, they blocked out the others, & didn't make the final image.

I forgot to change clothes between shots this time, so I had to recolour the shirts, & the pants on the right. That was a chance to try something I'd not done before, so I'm learning by doing these.

Hope everybody enjoys viewing them as much as I enjoy making them. I'll certainly keep them coming, as long as no-one's getting bored.
DRicherby 12 269 726 United Kingdom
4 Apr 2009 9:31PM
Keep them coming, Dave! I can understand that you don't want to become stereotyped but the other photos you've uploaded (especially `Saving Lives' and `Eye') show that you're not a one-trick pony.

This one doesn't work quite as well as the other No Mates shots for me (I think the camera should be pointing a little lower to avoid shaving off the table and chair legs) but it's still great fun.
Andrew_Hurley 15 71 73 United Kingdom
5 Apr 2009 3:12PM

Quote:Another of the fantastic no-mates gang !
These are great fun, please keep them coming.

I have to admit, though, the first is still my favourite.



I have to toally agree with Barry, the Billy 'No Mates' party was a very strong image (just look at the votes it got!). You really need about 5 in an image for it to really work and the interaction to be believable. I did something like this in the mid 1990's using film and scissors! with just 2 or 3 in the image. I've wanted to try it again with different ideas. I may upload my own version for a bit of fun.

Please, please keep them coming Dave, remember you can go outside as well - The Billy 'No Mates' Football team for example! I'd be more than happy to assist!

Andrew.
28 Sep 2009 12:53PM
good job!

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