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    Default reduce, reuse and recycle



    for multiple usages.
    Last edited by drumma; 22nd November 2008 at 12:24 AM.

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    Hahaha, pun intended huh. Hm the only thing I didn't quite like was the shadows.

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    I am surprised that there are so many sizes available ....
    I pity that guy who uses the 2nd piece .... really got such a tiny one .... xxs?
    Then the shadows are all bs ...... some long, some short, and a few missing .....
    Did you use fresh ones from the packs or you actually got them from the bins?
    always the Light, .... always.

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    Default Re: reduce, reuse and recycle

    replaced with another image. it's used over and over again. heh.

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    haha.. Okay... hmm.. if its a red backdrop would be gd... more outside standing... or, dim it and make it like a red light district atmosphere... more like red light district gallery and shine abit of light to it then the subject has more impact... jus my personal thought... but i strongly believe it will work though...
    Last edited by SkinnyASh; 22nd November 2008 at 12:43 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canonised View Post
    I am surprised that there are so many sizes available ....
    I pity that guy who uses the 2nd piece .... really got such a tiny one .... xxs?
    Then the shadows are all bs ...... some long, some short, and a few missing .....
    Did you use fresh ones from the packs or you actually got them from the bins?
    Er... I dun think they are of diff sizes, just rolled in or out.

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    interesting. Love the wooden pegs, enhances the whole reuse/recycle idea.

    wonder if the more modern plastic ones will have the same effect?

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