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Posted by Jonathan Knisely on October 8, 2007 5:02 AM | Permalink
excellent! the drawings look great! why does the lighting color change? were you using the flash of the camera?
can that be fixed in photoshop? perhaps you can greyscale each frame to get rid of the changes in color and then also sharpen the frames that are out of focus. great job though, it will only look better once the frames are cleaned up a bit.
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