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The Twiglet Zone (Live from Skaro!)

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I am a model. At the moment I am Marshal Ney from the Airfix Napoleonic Wars gift set..




We really do live in Skaro!

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18th Jan 2008, 20:11   | tags:,,

Jane Doe says:

oooh! likey :) how d'ya do it?

18th Jan 2008, 20:18

Twiglet says:

Jane: Santa got me (us) a camera and BS has been showing me how to resize pics for posting using paint shop pro. I started mucking about with the effects and found this. Old hat to many I suspect but I feel like I've discovered a whole new world!!

18th Jan 2008, 20:20

Jane Doe says:

Fab! I'm in awe. I've yet to discover the heady delights of the likes of photoshop. I think I can guess what you'll be doing with any spare time this weekend ; )

18th Jan 2008, 20:24

JokerXL says:

Hehe, tell Boet who needs an expensive fish-eye lens?

18th Jan 2008, 21:04

Dhamaka says:

gorgeous

it's fun isn't it - take care with that spare time..

19th Jan 2008, 00:12

Twiglet says:

It's fun alright but it feels a bit like cheating somehow. Spare time? I'll see what I can find.....

Joker, I hope this doesn't mean you have been taunting Boet....

19th Jan 2008, 08:46

Dhamaka says:

why? you still take the best shots you can, now there's simply more to do with them afterwards..

19th Jan 2008, 10:02

Twiglet says:

I get what you're saying but it just seems to cease to be one's own work.

19th Jan 2008, 10:11

JokerXL says:

Just a little, , , well, quite a lot really, and I invite you all to join me!
It has absolutely nothing to do with envy, honest.

19th Jan 2008, 10:12

Twiglet says:

Perhaps a shared moblog Joker? Daily ways to taunt Boet...

19th Jan 2008, 10:13

Dhamaka says:

What image processing software has done has meant that it's often no longer just enough to produce good photos for a normal working photographer to make a living. More time ,and a completely different additional skill set is required just to enable them to stay in the running. I know a few pro-photographer/photographic journalists who are becoming disillusioned and are considering semi-retirement or a change of job as a result.

19th Jan 2008, 10:39