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Apr 04, 2006 17:05 |  #1

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Apr 04, 2006 17:13 |  #2

Hey, that's really cool... I love the contrast of just whites and the brown :) The first pic makes it look like it's a big bear in a normal chair and thus the perspective is all weird for the second pic and it makes it look like you have a giant chair, helped by the fact that some of it's out of frame... neat! :p


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Apr 04, 2006 19:33 |  #3

Nice shots. However, seeing "models" in the thread made me think the bear would be in a


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