Parts of me.

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  1. arterture

    arterture TPF Noob!

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    These are my final project for my digital imaging class that I took last semester. The concept is pretty easy to understand. I took all the photographs using a self timer and luck. I used a digital camera to save time of course though. I then used photoshop to bring the images together and ultimately making objects look like they are part of me.

    The images are a bit lighter than they are meant to be, but thats because they are meant to be viewed as printed pieces which are much darker.

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  2. Verbal

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    These are amazing, and really really gross. That pencil one makes me cringe! But really nice job.
     
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    ^ i agree and the guitar...
     
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    loved the shot of the guitar.... the pencil one is....eerie..

    but i love the first shot!! very creative...
     
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    Wow you've done a wonderful job......Very cool!! I dig em!! : )
     
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    Really great series, fantastic work!
     
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    that's stunning!
    although i agree on the last one being errrr, painful... I really love these. very unique work! No wonder you'll get an awesome mark on these :D
     
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    Looks awsome :D i would love to have a guitar coming outa my back. I could play it when ever i wanted ...although playing like the 22nd fret would be kinda hard considering its in your body lol.
     
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    First and last one are exceptional. Makes me cringe though!

    Rob
     
  10. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The idea is great, and the way you put your idea into practise, too.
    But I am having a hard time looking at the guitar and pencil pic. Whoa!

    Someone says I'll soon look like your lens-in-the-eye pic, what with my hauling about my cameras wherever I go these days, even into the supermarket :D.

    Oh, and these should not be tucked away into this Forum.
    Make them known to a larger crowd. Put them into General!
    Do you want me to do that for you?
     
  11. mygrain

    mygrain Friend to nose goblins everywhere

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    COOL!! nice job... and the pencil in the hand made me cringe too. lol.
     

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