12 years in the making

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  1. fwellers

    fwellers TPF Noob!

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    Yep. It took 12 years to turn my garage floor into art.
    Could be more balanced, but my wife came home and wanted to park her car on my 'canvas' before I was finished. :lol:

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    :scratch:
     
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    fwellers TPF Noob!

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    come on, where's your imagination ?
    I think we should have a thread of photos of people's dirty garage floors. And I bet we see some good stuff from it. I guess I didn't do justice to the subject <snicker>, but it shows imagination. :)
     
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    The next thread is going to be either a photo of a brick wall or a tile floor......
     
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    TJ K No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Obviously a gigantic mutant ducks foot print duh.
     
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    it;'s got diagonal lines, even a triangle. It's got a bisecting line that almost follows the ROT, it's even got some smoot right in a ROT power point !!
    It is obviously a well composed duck-print. <satire> :)))
     
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    My first impression / imagination was it was an aerial shot with markings for possible alien landing markings / directions.
     
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    dxqcanada Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Hmm, if you mounted the print on canvas (I know a lab that can do that) ... it would really look like art.

    Don't change the colour balance ... it will look less like art.
     
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    Time to make a claim on the home owners insurance. You should photograph the adjuster as he comes out to survey the damage.
     
  12. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    So whose car has been spilling?
    And why?

    At first I had read "garade door" (instead of "floor") and thought, hm :scratch: ... funny door he has, and how can his wife drive "onto" his canvas ... she'd need to drive "into" it, and who'd be happy about THAT??? ;)

    And I agree with dxqcanada: if this were enlarged and put on canvas, you COULD pass it as art - joke or no joke.
     

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