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Creative Interpretations - Women at Work

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Old 10-26-2007, 05:17 PM
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Re: Creative Interpretations - Women at Work

No prove there Swampy.
The lady in the centre is obviously having her lunch, I hope it's not just the starters.
The lady to the left is wondering if she can possibly it it all by herself.
The older lady behind her is on the phone to the local TV station to get the down to film this momentous event.
The men at the back are standing there because the sign says "Chap Stand" so where else could they be. Besides they don't want to get in the way of a woman and her food, it only leads to disaster.


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I'll assume that the men were already fed and now the women can eat. LOL
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Old 10-26-2007, 06:36 PM
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I'll assume that the men were already fed and now the women can eat. LOL

That's a fair assumption. Another would be that they are all waiters, loaded with the 2nd course of the meal. Though I could be mistaken.

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Re: Creative Interpretations - Women at Work

Another one. Xero's Abstractor with Abstract setting to maximum and Simplication setting to minimum. Dup screen and then flattened. Then dupped and ran DCSpecial ICE4 filter for the reticulation. Then I ran GIMP's Erode (would have been GIMP Dilate in 2.2x, but GIMP changed the definitions to match that of PS) to bloom the dots. Did a few other things and voila. A magic marker like rendering.
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