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Old 08-22-2005, 10:58 PM
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hehe, i like the addition of the hat.

you've got some problems with your edges, however. they look clipped. you know what i mean here? like the edges were cut from a magazine and pasted into the picture. you also straightened all the lines of her shirt. that's a dead give-away of a touch-up. no matter how you wear a shirt, if you're wearing it, the lines will almost never be perfectly straight. look at the original picture and you'll see that the lines of her shirt arent perfectly straight. you've done a very good job of getting her face back. so, well done on that part.

overall, good job, but needs some work here and there. (jeez, i sound like a schoolteacher grading papers)

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