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    Default competition worthy?

    I think I may have posted this awhile ago, like a year ago, but only for critique. (It may have been on a different forum). Anyway, now I would like to know if it would be something I could enter in competition?

    Thanks!

    PS, I will have to look for the original - I did a lot to it. The car was purple.

    Lori Clapp
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    Default Gorgeous !!!

    Hi Lori;

    I wasn't flirting ... I meant the image is gorgeous. *S* I am sure it would be incredible on metalic paper. The only thing I'm not sure of is the size of the image layer and the border. I'll come back again later and stare at it some more. Definitely enter it ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by D. Craig Flory View Post
    Hi Lori;

    I wasn't flirting ... I meant the image is gorgeous.
    Thanks for clarifying - I was starting to worry about your eyesight!!

    I am going to find the original today - I wasn't sure about the crop and mat either. Thanks!
    Lori Clapp
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    Default My version ...

    Hi Lori;

    I quickly did a version of your image and hope it points out some possibilities.


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    Hi Lori,

    I love it too. The only thing that really is bothering me is the grass at the bottom.

    Robin
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    Craig - Thanks - I like what you did!

    Robin, what would you suggest I do with the grass? (put it in my pipe and smoke it? haha, just kidding!)

    Speaking of kidding - where has Ron Jackson been??
    Lori Clapp
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    Hi Lori,

    Well, after looking at the image for a while longer, maybe you could cut the grass. Ha ha. No, really I believe it is the difference in color between the gold and brown tones and then seeing the green. Can you make the grass gold?

    Robin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Arkenberg View Post
    Hi Lori,

    Well, after looking at the image for a while longer, maybe you could cut the grass. Ha ha. No, really I believe it is the difference in color between the gold and brown tones and then seeing the green. Can you make the grass gold?

    Robin
    I'll have to see what I can do. I got the car gold by selecting the purple and adjusting the hue/sat. Not sure what I can do with the grass, I'll mess with it. Thanks for the suggestion.
    Lori Clapp
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    Hi Lori,
    I love this image! I love these old cars too. I also like what has been done with it. Is this the entire image or did you crop it?

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    Default My version ... grass

    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Arkenberg View Post
    Hi Lori,

    Well, after looking at the image for a while longer, maybe you could cut the grass. Ha ha. No, really I believe it is the difference in color between the gold and brown tones and then seeing the green. Can you make the grass gold?

    Robin
    Hi Robin; Are your comments on her original presemtation ... or on my version ? I thought I addressed the grass ok. I agree if the grass were a tone of gold it would be even better.

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