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One of my mannequin/texture blends from a long time back...both original source images from for looking.


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06/18/14 3:49 AM GMT
SAW, I hope you don't mind my repeating myself with my comment on how really creative this is. You sure are good at these my good friend, and fellow agent. SAS♥ =^..^=
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06/18/14 4:36 AM GMT
A masterful and highly creative render Pat!!! Love that crosshatch pattern and the muted tones that really add to the gentle feel of this image of this little child:) Very nice:):):)
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06/18/14 6:04 AM GMT
Quite artistic, as always Pat. The image combined with texture and dark tones, works great. Bravo!
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The thing that goes the farthest, towards making life worthwhile, it costs the least and does the most, is just a pleasant smile.
06/18/14 7:03 AM GMT
Another nice creation from you Pat. The shading in this b/W and the rest of what you have done look very creative and nice.
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Smooth seas do not make skilful sailors.
06/18/14 7:33 AM GMT
Very creative again Pat!....great editing too
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"Never stop photographing. It is very likely that your best photograph has not yet been captured"> "You can observe a lot by just watching". - Yogi Berra
06/18/14 7:35 AM GMT
Nice job , Pat, bravo!
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06/18/14 8:10 AM GMT
It is a nice one for b/w challenge, Well done Pat.
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06/18/14 8:50 AM GMT
Excellent work Pat well done.
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06/18/14 9:18 AM GMT
Fantastic work, Pat. It makes me think back to when my daughter was a child.
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06/18/14 10:01 AM GMT
Dear SAW, how about joining your forces with our co-agent SOR? You two would make fantastic things which would be absolutely beyond anybody else's powers of creation...
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With all my love and respect, Marzena
06/18/14 12:29 AM GMT
SAW, to me it has more the appearance of a mummified instead of a fossilized woman. As co-SA I'm curious whether you have used X-ray-, IR- or even still secret technology to achieve this result. If it's the latter one, please keep it that way, lol.

Excellent work again!

Regards, SEA(S)
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06/18/14 1:25 PM GMT
Like Cornelius I immediately saw a mummy - you been robbing the pyramids again Pat? :)
Creative and excellently presented and very thought provoking.
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06/18/14 3:58 PM GMT
You sure are coming up with some amazing creations, way to go
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06/18/14 4:09 PM GMT
Beautiful piece of art work and love the leaf that are in the fossil effect and the girl in this art gives the scene a peaceful feeling .Well done to a lovely piece of art work and very original too.
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06/19/14 1:10 AM GMT
So peaceful, unique and gorgeous Pat!!!
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06/20/14 8:25 AM GMT
Hey Pat did yuh crack open a big stone, did yuh? fascinating find but sometimes mes thinks it respectful to leave some things alone.
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