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Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle II
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BobJones


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I decided to do a second entry. I used the same technique as the first submission (separate pieces onto layers; adjust size, position, and tonality; clone to fill and blend;burn/dodge; etc. See the previous entry).

There was a distinct female/male feel to the two sides of the face and I tried to bring that out a little more. Here's a guy in touch with both his feminine and masculine side . If "The Joker" ever had a child, this would be it!
· Date: 6/2/2004 · Views: 5425 · Filesize: 24.3kb, 123.3kb · Dimensions: 800 x 495 ·
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DJ Dubovsky

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Registered: August 2001
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6/3/2004 12:51am

Hey, looks good to me. I wouldn't think you could get an almost normal photo out of that collage of body parts. Not bad.
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BobJones
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6/6/2004 4:56am

Thanks!

It did turn out to be a lot more normal looking than I would have expected beforehand.

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Timbo

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Registered: July 2004
Location: Sheffield UK
8/11/2004 11:49am

Hey he's a scary kind of guy. This looks like a complicated challenge which you have completed really well. I like this one very much Bob. Excellent job I think.


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dslinger

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8/13/2004 3:53pm

Man, excellent! I especially love how he is jutting out of the bottom of the frame.

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Cvandever

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8/18/2004 8:19am

wonderful . looks like he is winking almost. good job.
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