Fallen Comrade

© Brian D. Watters

Fallen Comrade

Uploaded: August 21, 2005


Photoshop CS2 and www.alienskin.com 's Eyecandy 4000 "Shadowlab" plugin used in the making of this.


Kay E. Mahoney level-classic August 21, 2005

Neat picture. Love how they are all lined up. I bet this was hard to do. #298088

Ellen Peach level-classic August 21, 2005

Fantastic, Brian! #1748664

Kevin Nugent level-classic August 21, 2005

Really well done!!! Great image! #1748750

Shelly A. Van Camp level-classic August 22, 2005

Cool picture! :) #1751825

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