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  1. pursuer

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    Very little PS except on the last shot which is a duotone.

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    interesting .........

    #1 my favourite I think .
     
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    I really like these. I especially love what you did with the third. My only crit would be that the first and third look just a eensy bit tilted, though #3 probably has to do with the bg. How did you do these, btw?
     
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    great use of ultra violet light, and what i can only assume is yellow liquid, very interesting how the colour changes in #2, i would be intregued to know how you did that, and #3 is amazing nice duotone, i like it! good work.
     
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    wow.. very well done! Like the last one also, so cool!
     
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    Neat colors. The last one is real elegant.
     
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    Thanks everyone, I used two 75W incandesent black lights as the only light source. I filled the glasses with two different cleaning liquids which did not mix well to get the layered effect.

    Spiralout I think you are right I will have to tweak them a bit.
     

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