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How Can You Mend A Broken Heart?


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How Can You Mend A Broken Heart?
Description: A re-worked resubmit. One of my most ambitious DD projects. I photographed a polished stone heart alone and with the rope, tapes, and rubber band applied. I "broke it into pieces in PSP X1, adding drop shadow on some edges. The applied rope, tapes, etc. were digitally cut from their respective photos and re-applied to the "broken" heart. The bolt was photographed separately and applied digitally. I could not staple the stone heart, so I printed a glossy photo and stapled that. Then I scanned it with the staples attached. All variations were assembled in PSP X1. Whew, mending a broken heart certainly is not easy ;)
Song title by "The Bee Gees"


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Uploaded on 12/20/2008 3:25:45 AM


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