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Old Dec 10, 2009, 2:42 PM   #1
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...came an idea. Here's the shot I used to formulate a concept. Just a photo of a Sears building in Grand Prairie, Texas taken several years ago.
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...and here's what I came up with. Seven different layers plus numerous "tweaks" in Photoshop. C&C welcome.
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Hey Walter!

I don't know how you do it, it just looks great. There must be an awefull lot of work behind this fantastic picture, and I appreciate your determination and patienc to create something like this! A work of art.

The idea with the 3 portals (?) is very good and I recognice one of your lovely pier-shots behind the arched "frames" -beautiful!

Your cars are something else, it just makes one look in amazement.
Well done, even if I do not realize how much work is involved - it way over my head!
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I really like this Walter, very imaginative. very impressive artwork. always look forward to your digiart.

my only nitpick is i would like to have a little bit more space between the front bumper of the middle car and the frame.
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Thanks, guys. Your kind words are appreciated and encouraging to me.
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Here's another in my "series". Only 5 layers in this composition.
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very dynamic composition, it really puts on emphasis on the "wings". and i think we can see you in the bumper reflection!
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Great job , Walter. You could get a job doing that.
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