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Old April 4th, 2013, 03:12 PM
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Flight of the Red Dwarf ;)

I liked this at first but the more I looked at it, the more disappointed I was with it. So, I did some MAJOR cloning. How'd I do?

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Re: Flight of the Red Dwarf ;)

As far as the cloning itself, quite passable....you're obviously a lot more patient than I'd be! I do think the lower left neck (black) is "thicker" than it should be...but undetectable by most. It was good practice and results, but the image is soft, its tail is clipped on the right frame , and there's a fair amount of grain/noise.
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Old April 4th, 2013, 06:25 PM
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As far as the cloning itself, quite passable....you're obviously a lot more patient than I'd be! I do think the lower left neck (black) is "thicker" than it should be...but undetectable by most. It was good practice and results, but the image is soft, its tail is clipped on the right frame , and there's a fair amount of grain/noise.
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