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wow! these look great.
specially like the one w/ the guy falling from the sky.
different approach to 'illustrating' you images
the focus really makes what you want to stand out.
'something really witty/funny or profound here!'
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Magificent. Love what the camera's focus does to the picture. Loved the guy in the sky, and the one looking through a bunch of papers on the floor.
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These are great!
The style is fun, simple and very colorful. The use of photos works very very well. It gives the pics a nice sense of depth.
I like the mirror one, and the vultures (made me laugh).
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I love your style! This is a great solution to combining cartooning and photography. I'm sure you are already developing these into some sort of a story, or a project, and I would love to see any other images you produce! They are so much fun and have such a great sense of texture and spontanaeity. Great!
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Phahahaha! That's great. I would like my life as a scientist to be as interesting and colourful as this book looks...perhaps I'll try the juggling thing next time I have to face the vultures.
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Awesome work. Great drawings and outstanding skill with your camera.
"Growing old is mandatory. Growing up is optional."
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very fun! A novel approach, i really like the mirror one. All of these seem to portray some sort of emotion, and very effective at that!
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