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March 14, 2004
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Make
NIKON
Model
E4300
Shutter Speed
10/483 second
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Focal Length
8 mm
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100
Date Taken
Mar 14, 2004, 10:42:56 AM
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M.C.Abre by qda M.C.Abre by qda
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M.C.Abreby qda

Scraps©2004-2014 qda
booooooooring
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EntityIIV Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2005
Very strange, but also very well done.
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BasicDescription Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2005
definatly boring.
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qda Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2005
yup
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ManonvonSuperock Featured By Owner May 30, 2005
Absolutely loooove the line quality.
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statichavoc Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2004
I'm going to disagree with some of the previous comments... I like the fact that the legs aren't finished because... from my view it looks like with the way she's posed that she's being constructed and the legs tell me that, along with the unfinished hair. I like the skyline in the background... give the right dramatic feel... and the shading is spot on. Great job... this goes in my faves too!
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trid Featured By Owner May 17, 2004
gorgeous. The background is very minimal but it's just awsome enough without getting in the way. The pumpkin lady crabby thing. Fuck if i know. That's just wild. I love all the shading in the folds and such but the crabby legs seem kinda like something's missing. I like how it's suggestive enough to let you know exactly what form and shape they should be in, but still... it'd be cool if they'd been shaded to some extent. You still gettin a +fav sucka. Good job.
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WildestAEf Featured By Owner May 16, 2004
I really like this one...combination of organic and mechanical elements with dramatic contrast...very nice.
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whostolemysocks Featured By Owner May 6, 2004
Completely wild imagaination. Dali would be proud. Ok, that's a lie....he would berate the work you did but that would be completely out of envy
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