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Dec 29, 2008 16:40 |  #1

Since apparently you're supposed to post ducks here when you're new, here's one of mine!

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Dec 29, 2008 20:41 |  #2

I like it, I think I would go a tad darker on the ducks.


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Dec 29, 2008 20:55 |  #3

Darker? Much darker and they would turn into Fowl black holes and risk destroying the fabric of space-time?

That being said... cool picture and I dont think I have seen ducks back-lit like that before.


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Dec 29, 2008 21:01 |  #4

Yeah, it depends on which monitor I look at. Both my laptop and desktop monitors are calibrated, but on the laptop LCD it looks lighter... I tend to trust my desktop, but it probably needs to be recalibrated.


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