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Eyes Outtake
Eyes Outtake
cryingdragon


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Date Uploaded: Feb 13, 2008

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Trying to do some catch up, since I was out and couldn't take any pics because I was soooo busy. So here's the original for
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02/29/2008 10:32:27 AM
Wow, I bet that painting took some time. I bet it took twice as long to get it all off again afterwards, too.
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02/17/2008 06:44:12 AM
I actually like this a lot better than your entry (which was pretty cool to begin with) simply because I like being able to see more of each of you. What in the world did you use to black out your faces and how did you ever get it off? Kudos to your daughter for being a great sport about it, too.
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02/15/2008 09:47:10 PM
I really do like this one, can't believe it didn't place higher...
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02/14/2008 05:42:32 PM
Oh her eyes creeped me out, but in a good way. You guys remind me of a Star Trek character.
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02/14/2008 05:26:48 AM
Well, I'm not sure why you went with that ultra-edited version either.
Perhaps if I had done a shoot like this, I would have had the dummy hanging upside down - and the mannequin standing up. ;-Þ
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02/13/2008 09:46:23 PM
This is really cool I really enjoy this concept. Fantastic work on the image. I am no where near creative enough to come up with this idea. Well done.
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02/13/2008 07:37:50 PM
Thanks for letting me know NOW...where were you when I was editing???
02/13/2008 07:36:31 PM
You definitely should have entered this version.
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02/13/2008 07:16:32 PM
wow, that is super wierd.b
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02/13/2008 07:14:52 PM
I agree with Art - I really like this, even though it is really haunting/spooky
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02/13/2008 06:50:09 PM
Me thinks this mighta done better than the cropped one. ...but whaddo I know. :)
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