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DevID 2011
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Published: September 1, 2011
Doing my part to give Mr. Moore fits pay homage with meta and silliness. :nerd:
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IMAGE DETAILS
Make
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Model
KODAK EASYSHARE C613 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
Shutter Speed
1/8 second
Aperture
F/2.7
Focal Length
6 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Jan 15, 2007, 9:25:23 PM
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows
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FugueStateHobbyist General Artist
Thanks! ^^
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You welcome, I just love what you have done![link]
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dead82Hobbyist Interface Designer
playing with yourself
your doing it right!
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FugueStateHobbyist General Artist
:lmao: ;)
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foxybcosplayHobbyist Artisan Crafter
Your Rorschach continues to delight and amaze. :hug: Well done!
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FugueStateHobbyist General Artist
Aw, thanks! :aww: It was in response to a Watchmen 5-day challenge; there really ought to be more of those... :nod:
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That costume is awesome! How'd you do the mask?
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FugueStateHobbyist General Artist
Derp - this link would probably have been a faster way of explaining --> [link]
^^;
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Awesome, may make one if I have the skills!
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FugueStateHobbyist General Artist
Cool! :D
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FugueStateHobbyist General Artist
Thanks! It's three layers - first layer black dance mesh, second layer white knit with eyeholes and pattern painted, third layer white dance mesh with the same pattern painted on it. :)
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How well can you see out of it?
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FugueStateHobbyist General Artist
Extremely well - For day wear, I add another layer of black mesh over the domino mask to help hide my eyes. For nightwear, I'm just looking through 2 layers of mesh. In either case, it's sort of like wearing sunglasses indoors. :)
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Do you need to be somewhere particularly well lit? Or just normal indoor light?
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FugueStateHobbyist General Artist
Normal light is fine - I've worn the costume at night both indoors and out (including crossing streets and being inside a bar) and been able to navigate safely. The mask lets you see and recognize faces, and as long as the eyeholes in the second layer are nice and large, the field of vision is pretty much the same as without a mask. Reading, especially smaller print, is about the only thing that gets tricky.
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awesome. btw, do you wear the black half mask (the first pannel in your tutorial) when wearing it, or did you just use it to get the face shape right? (sorry about all the questions!!)
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No problem! ;) I did wear that half-mask as well, primarily to keep the mesh away from my eyes. That's the real key in the whole thing; if the mesh is up against your eyelashes it's too distracting. It's a rigid cloth-covered domino mask - this one, actually ( [link] ). I enlarged the eyeholes quite a bit, added some foam padding at the temples, and later trimmed down the rest of the mask so that it only really covers the eye area once I realized the mesh layers were applying just enough pressure on the domino to give me a headache. ;P
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Thank you! :)
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