Crayons

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by loopy, Jan 20, 2005.

  1. loopy

    loopy Brave little froggy...

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    And feedback would be great!

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  2. Picksure

    Picksure TPF Noob!

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    :thumbsup: I like them a little sharper(the photos :wink: ) but thats just me.

    I was just thinking, turn the crayons to see the names of the colours, and try.................... brb.
     
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    remember when cameras were made in japan, and crayons made in america?
     
  4. Scott WRG Editor

    Scott WRG Editor King of Smoothness

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    Interesting. I like the concept. The big change I would make is to fill in the large white areas with crayons, have the white show through in smaller amounts like the bottom. This would also be an interesting selective coloring subject.


    Nice job.
     
  5. Bimmie

    Bimmie TPF Noob!

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    always lovely to shoot
    and you can never worry about the color
    very crisp shot but the minor is the white glow thingy
    maybe you should've used a non transparent background and a light that comes from the left side and throws some shadows..but that's my opinion
     
  6. loopy

    loopy Brave little froggy...

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    Thanks for your comments and feedback. Give me something to think over for my next crayon shoot ;)
     

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