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Old 12-27-2005, 11:18 PM
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briarrose,

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and fuzzy thoughts are anathema to good retouching!
and in the spirit of that, what is 'filtrum'?

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but then, someone else's choices always look a little more interesting than our own, don't you think?
well, sometimes there are definitely pieces here that i'm totally envious of and others where i like mine more; but interesting, yes

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I definitely appreciate your help on this one
you're welcome. this is one of the reasons i like this site, egos seem to get left at the door and folks can actually discuss the subjects to hand. at any rate, if you do do some more on this image i'd love to see it.

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Old 12-28-2005, 09:54 AM
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and in the spirit of that, what is 'filtrum'?
It's a very useful word that represents that intriguing little area between the center and base of your nose and the "cupid's bow" of your lips. (See why it's so useful? It's much easier to say! ;-))

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well, sometimes there are definitely pieces here that i'm totally envious of and others where i like mine more; but interesting, yes
<grin> Yeah, "interesting" is the operative word--it covers all sorts of feelings! ;-)

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this is one of the reasons i like this site, egos seem to get left at the door and folks can actually discuss the subjects to hand.
Mmm, yeah. I like that there's a bit of a "roll-up-your-sleeves-and-work" approach to critiquing here, rather than a lot of "atta boy's". You can learn a lot more from a bit of constructive criticism, than from a pat on the back...although your ego might be happier with the latter! ;-)
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Old 12-28-2005, 02:13 PM
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briar (i'm shortening your name ),

you've a great attitude. enjoy talking to you. my post of yesterday was a bit mitigated by a wisdom tooth extraction. feeling much better now. so, enough chat; let's see that next version

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