Teapot with a Statue
Teapot with a Statue
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      • I would probably use a better source photo, it looks a little rough. Interesting story
      • I like when the object of the challenge is in prominence, and you made this very well. You shows expertise in the use of filters and this must be valued. Congratulations.
      • The matching of color patterns deserves a merit. The tribute story is also touching. However composition wise I do not see a logical connection between the kettle and statue of David, so the composition looks a bit like a good collage. There are traces of the clone tool on the David's hair. Still impressive work overall.
      • To Rainmaker and NewsMaster: I've used one of the best and largest sources of the Jamie website and I don't retouch it. The traces of the clone tool on the David's hair, as well as the scrapings and the flares of the face, are not mine but his. And this image was almost a combat flag for Jamie. Could you understand why. THAT IS THE WAY of Jamie, apparentely full of little imperfections, like the best pieces of the japanese pottery. My message is beyond logic. If you understand it well, if you don't, also well. Thanks for your commentaries.
      • I understand it now I think. After browsing more of her website, the entry feels in line with her style of illustrations and collages.
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