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Uploaded: 05/26/15 11:13 AM GMT
Fractalius Polar Bear
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Another goof around editing job from a while back. This is for Lyn's B/W Challenge.

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::corngrowth
05/26/15 11:17 AM GMT
Causes probably high tension (electrified?) Jimbob, lol.

Good one for the B&W challenge mate!
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::biffobear
05/26/15 11:25 AM GMT
It works well..Gives it an Icy feel...R.
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::Marzena
05/26/15 11:27 AM GMT
Clean and sweet-tempered little teddy... :)
Agent SALE will be thrilled.
The undersigned are.
SAM & SAAB
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::Marzena
05/26/15 11:28 AM GMT
I did not mean electrocution!
LOL
SAM
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::tigger3
05/26/15 12:16 AM GMT
Oh it turned out so well, and makes a super duper challenge entry.
tigs=^..^=
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::mirto56
05/26/15 12:20 AM GMT
An interesting effect and a good image for the challenge, Jimbob.
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::Ramad
05/26/15 12:54 AM GMT
The polar bear is electrified seeing itself and that is why the hairs stand out. Great work Jimbob and a very good one for the b/w challenge.
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::LynEve
05/26/15 1:31 PM GMT
Fractalius has worked really well with this Jimbob.
He's a fine looking bear :)

A splendid BWC addition, thank you !
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.icedancer
05/26/15 2:14 PM GMT
WOW WOW WOW - Spectacular work - outstanding Challenge my friend, right into my fav
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.susanlynn
05/26/15 2:39 PM GMT
Great shot JimBob - where did You find a polar bear in this weather. Poor guy must be really hot.
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::Dunstickin
05/26/15 2:40 PM GMT
Give me the chills if I met one of these!...Good work with the fractalius!!...

Lyn will like this one.....
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.picardroe
05/26/15 3:10 PM GMT
a good shot of the polar Bear, Very well captured Jimbob.
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.GIGIBL
05/26/15 3:13 PM GMT
Wow such a beauty Jimbob fav for me.
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::trixxie17
05/26/15 3:15 PM GMT
A good job with Fractalius Jim just enough for interest but not over the top - good entry.
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::jerseygurl
05/26/15 6:51 PM GMT
That effect turned out really well on the polar bear - btw - great shot of the bear - great entry for the b&w!!!
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.Starglow
05/26/15 11:12 PM GMT
A super capture and fine one for the challenge.
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.efeozazar
05/27/15 3:50 PM GMT
I think this one is the best for the effect Jim. Great different and effective work!
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.nanadoo
05/31/15 10:22 PM GMT
Did you use Topaz Glow with this? It is perfect!!!!
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.GomekFlorida
06/01/15 9:29 PM GMT
Good work Jim!
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.Eubeen
06/09/15 1:44 AM GMT
There must have been an electrical storm in the area or someone was rubbing the bear the wrong way from the way its fur is standing up. Good post work on the photo, Jimbob.
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