Shadow of a Victim

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  1. emo

    emo TPF Noob!

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    hello.. my 1st idea of this is to stich 2 frames, i supposed to be the victim & the killer but the lighting is kind a tricky that i cannot blend the in on stitching.. then came a weekly challenge from our local forum & the theme is "Light & Shadows". then i came up with this, i used my niece's big walking doll to be my props...


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    comments, suggestions & criticims are very welcome..

    thanks for looking..
     
  2. Chiller

    Chiller Mental case

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    Nice one Emo. I love the way you used the use of the shadows in this. I always find that the fear, or the thoughts that something is about to happen has a better effect then something that can be seen. It gives the viewer a chance to make up his/her own thoughts too.
    Nicely done. !!!
     
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    Good job emo! I like the concept. And that big ol doll helps :D

    If you get a chance to do this again, maybe try having a silhouette of the doll or a side shot of the doll, and then only your shadow behind it. It would give it that extra creepy feel like you're sneeking up on it :twisted:
     
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    Thats a cool idea.... i like what you've done here tho emo, well set up and taken :thumbup:
     
  5. emo

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    Thaks a lot for your kind comments Chiller, Archangel & woodsac, thanks for your suggestion. i will try it next time...


    that doll have gone 2 generations, it was given to my elder sister around late 70's & now owned by her daughter.. :)
     
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    I agree with the above - very cool concept! Great job!
     
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    very cool idea.....very creative .....
     
  8. emo

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    Thanks a bunch Linda & aprilraven..
     

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