* yes...on EXCELLENT work...by humor and good technique to solve...Congrats'...and go in my Fav...^v^
Lucido5, people of different countries have a different sense of what is humorous, can you please explain what the "humor" you mentioned in this entry is. I'm very curious to know.I can't seem to find anything funny about it.
Stunning piece of work, so well done, can the Author explain if there is a meaning to all the elements you have put together.
Wonderful work, so well done.FWIW humor has meanings other than funny. It may be lost in translation as clever. No need to go Pesci on him. (Goodfellas reference)
Mechanic: a worker who is skilled in the use of tools, machines, equipment, etc.The rest is up to you to decide what it means.
Humor is humor, cleverness is cleverness, I complimented the entry, it's you who went Pesci." I make you laugh, how am I funny, I amuse you,... (also a quote from Goodfellas)
The whole thing is funny in my opinion. From the ancient car to the things in the sky and the owl. Also the ... y mechanic.Lots of detailed technical work here. Wish I could do it.
Personally I don't see any humour here at all, I do see good PSing tho and a nice image all over.
Full marks to the Master the creator and the perfectioner really great job done excellent detail and the light source used with a wonderful sky work good use of all the sources and very well created the image
All of the humor is in the comments ... funny stuff. Fantastic chopping ... top Mark's
I am in love with that lady...thank you hidden you made is so beautifully
10 out of 10. Phenomenon work done She looks awesome
Excellent work. Master Mark.fantastic color.
Congratulations. You are the Mechanic at FN-great work.
*The mechanics lesson_Rembrandt Art*another limit ... another challenge. Member reactions:
ha,ha,,,,funny and great mixture between Renaissance and...present days even if, Leonardo da Vinci could have very well invented this special "bicycle" so Rembrandt has a "theme" of study 100 years later so,,,if you want, you can still believe that you are looking at a Renaissance piece of art GREAT WORK -Edited by Moderator on 7/19/2010 12:49:50 AM