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I used to love doing this as a child after I first saw an example in a magazine -- had to use a real mirror (slog to school by foot in the Arizona sunshine, slog home by foot, rest a while, get up and find a mirror in the bathroom and walk all the way down the hall to my bedroom to use it on photos). Couldn't make copies, so had to walk into the living room to find a family member to come laugh with me at the funny looking faces of our other family members.
Amy -- this worked really well on the Dude -- two very different looks. Thanks for reminding me!
Here we go again with 3 layers..
top: torn edges + crosshatch (?) at 50%
med: fotocopy (contrast adjusted) at 75%
bottom: original (color adjusted)
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