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  • [Pictures] Fantasmic! artwork

    Look at this detailed digital artwork of Fantasmic! that my dad found!

    Susan R. Thompson :: Photo Impressionism :: Gallery

    It's by Susan R. Thompson.

    Go there and click on FANTASMIC in the bottom right. Visit all the sections along the bottom, and especially read the last page of information!
    :ap:

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    Re: Fantasmic! artwork

    Nice.
    Happy Halloween!!!

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      Thats an amazing picture!

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        That is so cool!
        "Won't you please be my prisoner, please, please, please!"
        "I do not like the cone of shame"
        "Oh! A ball! Oh boy! Oh boy! a ball!!"
        "Hey, I know a joke! A squirrel walks up to a tree and says, "I forgot to store acorns for the winter and now I am dead." Ha! It is funny because the squirrel gets dead."
        "I hid under your porch because I love you."

        -Dug=the cutest dog ever!!

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          Wow, it took her 41 months.

          If you read about her process that the uses for most of her art, it's amazing! She manipulates the dyes inside Polaroid photos to give her impression of the scene instead of a direct reproduction of it. (She clearly didn't use that here, though, as you really couldn't use a polaroid to photograph the show)
          "And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by" (John Masefield)


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