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Old Dec 19, 2009, 1:55 PM   #1
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Used Andrea Mosaic for 2 different Ford Woody vehicles. This one has 1500 tiles of Ford vehicles.
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Old Dec 19, 2009, 1:56 PM   #2
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And this one, a rare 1947 Ford Sportsman, used 3000 tiles of Ford vehicles. What's great is that the program generated a 10.4 MP file. When you zoom in on the full-size file you can clearly see each of the 3000 tile images.
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Great job, Walter. I see that your tiles are much smaller than mine. I think I need to read up on the fine tuning and control of Andrea Mosaic.

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Old Dec 19, 2009, 3:25 PM   #4
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They are both great but the second one is more appealing. Except...what is that on top of the car? It's kind of distracting.
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I like it. Going to research how to do this.
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The object above the car in #2 is some kind of sign in the background.
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And this one, a rare 1947 Ford Sportsman, used 3000 tiles of Ford vehicles. What's great is that the program generated a 10.4 MP file. When you zoom in on the full-size file you can clearly see each of the 3000 tile images.
Thats why its especially good to make up the photo from photos relating to the subject. Nice ones Walter.
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And this one, a rare 1947 Ford Sportsman, used 3000 tiles of Ford vehicles. What's great is that the program generated a 10.4 MP file. When you zoom in on the full-size file you can clearly see each of the 3000 tile images.
Thats why its especially good to make up the photo from photos relating to the subject. Nice ones Walter particularly the second one. Smaller pics = better detail.
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