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    Something VERY Different

    After all those "JP is gone" and "Welcome jupman" (or whats his name) I thought i'd post up something different. Please tell me what you think about it. It's the best I ever made.

    [ Check It Out ]

    Enjoy!
    Bleh.

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    I like this. Good choice of color . She's cute , very soft feminine features, cupid's bow lips and nice round eyes. Is this by any chance what you imagined Jocelyx may look like?:P
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    Can you make one with a redhead? I love it! Beautiful!
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    That's beautiful man. My girlfriend does that type of editing a lot. Well done.

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    A very beautiful thing. For which part do you take credit?

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    I take credit for everything. The original pic had a background, and she didnt have the reflection in her eyes. I also did a little bid of softening around her face (neck, etc) so that the face itself came out much better.
    Bleh.

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    I really like the design. Is this in photoshop or is it in some other imaging software? How long have you been doing this type of work and where did you learn how to do it?
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    Impressive. Well done. I might wanna have a little discussion with you about a project im starting soon. Maybe you would like to contribute to it.

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    man, that is sweet SD....nice work.....personaly, I think it would look better in blue, but I know you have a thing for red so....hehe....

    - Noia
    PS: this going on Deviant art?
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    KidAdmin: Yes, I created this totally in photoshop. I've been doing professional Graphic Design for about a year now, but it interested me since I was 12. I learned it mostly from just trying and experimenting. I also went to... how do you call this in english.... uuhhmm... "Graphic School" for about 3 years, where learned mainly about printpressing etc. And a very little bit about photoshop 5.0 on the mac.

    instronics: PM or mail me

    Noia: thanks man, and no, im not going to put it up on deviant art. Im working on something like deviant art myself at the moment, so I need to save some artworks to put up there
    Bleh.

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