Comfortably numb

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  1. spiralout

    spiralout TPF Noob!

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    I haven't been too active lately, and this is kinda how I've felt (except with my computer). I threw this together on a whim right before my meds knocked me out. :D I like the idea, but I'm not sure about it... what are your thoughts?

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  2. DramaDork626

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    it would help if I knew what you were trying to portray with his head there...it looks to me like his head was chopped off or something. Plus the glare from the tv is a little much. But I could be wrong, I am a little confused by the picture *shrug*
     
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    Very interesting! That is kinda how I feel after working long nights...


    I think it is a awesome picture!!



    -iSellJerseyShore
     
  4. MDowdey

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    this feels alot like the wall movie from pink floyd. i think that might have been what you were trying to convey...and if thats the case, RIGHT ON!

    i love it!!!


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    I really like this! I like the fact that it's a nameless, literally mindless guy, vegging in front of the nothingness on the TV...the angle is great, and the B&W is the topper for setting the mood. I can identify with the feeling behind it.

    Killer shot, I love it. :thumbup:
     
  6. spiralout

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    Thanks; that was the idea. :mrgreen:
     
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    I think the TV brightess / glare and everything really sets the mood.
     

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