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Ghostly Encounters!
Here’s a peek at some ghost-like apparitions assembling now for your pleasurable fright!
About this creation
Encounters with the paranormal are super natural and normal any time, but especially on Halloween Night!

Ghostly Gandalf with Hobbit Dwarf Dori

The original for this photo can be seen if you click HERE

Bakemono Bunnys PawPaw & Pinky

The original for this photo can be seen if you click HERE

Spooky Smaug tormenting Hobbit Dwarf Fili

The original for this photo can be seen if you click HERE

4th wall:
#1 Obake and Bakemono are Japanese words for supernatural beings. You can read about them HERE.
#2 This work came about by my doodling with Paint’s color inversions command. Color inversions seem to be very fascinating to me at the moment. The one important thing I learned from my doodling, is that the original photo should have minimal points of light reflected off the build, else these reflections/glare show-up as black spots in the inverted photo. The examples shown here have only a few of these points, hence the Bionicle figures have a nice ghostly glow in their inverted color form.




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 I made it 
  November 3, 2012
Quoting Justin M Haha, nice work! =)
Thanks, it was a fun doodling exercise! :)
 I made it 
  November 3, 2012
Quoting M<0><0>DSWIM ! I am pleasurably frightened! Nice effects.
Thanks for stopping by! Of course, one must be careful with such talk of pleasure, one may give Hitomi and Cougar even more ideas than they already have... then again! Hee, hee! :)
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  November 3, 2012
Haha, nice work! =)
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  November 3, 2012
I am pleasurably frightened! Nice effects.
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  November 3, 2012
Quoting Nick Barrett That's a really nice effect. Happy Hallow'een :-)
Thanks! Out of many past photos I tinkered with these were the only ones that inverted well. It's a whole new way of dealing with shadows and reflections when you take photos! :)
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  November 2, 2012
That's a really nice effect. Happy Hallow'een :-)
 I made it 
  November 2, 2012
Quoting Michael Kringe Nice effects! Happy (late) Halloween!
Thanks, I was also late posting it. Didn't get to do so until the 31st, wanted to post on the 30th but Sandy was causing a bit of trouble over here, as I'm sure you have heard! :)
 I made it 
  November 2, 2012
Quoting Cody G Having fun with photo editing software, I see. ;) Nice work!
Gearing up the courage to deal with GIMP! Thanks! :)
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  November 2, 2012
Nice effects! Happy (late) Halloween!
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  November 2, 2012
Having fun with photo editing software, I see. ;) Nice work!
 I made it 
  November 1, 2012
Quoting Jackson Williams Cool!!
Thanks JW! :)
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  November 1, 2012
Cool!!
 I made it 
  October 31, 2012
Quoting David Alexander Smith We take a lot of photographs of performers in motion at work, sometimes solarised. Strangely the inversions you use here give a sense of movement to your characters in a similar way.
Interesting... you view with your 'artist eye' perspective. Thanks for your comment. :)
 I like it 
  October 31, 2012
We take a lot of photographs of performers in motion at work, sometimes solarised. Strangely the inversions you use here give a sense of movement to your characters in a similar way.
 
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