Retro watch C&C

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  1. Noxire

    Noxire TPF Noob!

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    Retro-looking watch i got from my dad.
    Tried to make the picture look as old as the watch seemed to be :)

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    YIKES! Cool watch but too much PP. Very hard on the eyes.
     
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    oooh thats a lot of PP. Can we see the original? Because I like the watch.
     
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    :thumbdown:

    I agree with the above. Nice composition ruined by too much PP. A simple sepia or B&W would've looked nice here.
     
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    lol, ahh! My eyes >.< :shock:

    WAY to bright...
     
  6. Noxire

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    Soz for the brigtness, pp on my laptop shiet-screen, now watching my calibrated screen thinking; BRIGHT!

    what 'bout this one? better?

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