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:iconaugustyne:
I will be completely truthful this picture scares me and at the same time that intrigues me which is what makes me love it all the more.

Vision/Originality: Your idea was amazing, and I think that you successfully created it. I can't stop staring at the blinking or rather sliding? eye holes. I love the shutter effect of them. It's like you're truly blinking at anyone who looks.

Technique/Impact: Honestly, like I previously stated the photo scares and intrigues at the same time. I don't think that was your desire, but it does, and I love it just for that reason alone. It was a wonderful idea, and successfully done.
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extraphotos Jun 6, 2013  Student Artist
screw other camera this awesome tech ever take photos when ever like :la:
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:icon2mummu:
2Mummu Dec 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's actually very clever haha :D
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:iconfractaljunkie:
fractaljunkie Sep 26, 2012  Student General Artist
Awesome pic. Vaguely reminds me of Johnny 5's "eyes" from 'Short Circuit.'
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:iconatalix:
Atalix Sep 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
lol awesome id :lol: and having goggles like that would be cool cause of the shutters :dummy:
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:iconpaulbrozenich:
PaulBrozenich Mar 14, 2012   Photographer
:lol: This is an awesome self portrait!

Are those canon FD lenses?
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:iconmakepictures:
They are Cannon but I don't about the FD part since I don't shoot too often with their cameras.
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:iconpaulbrozenich:
PaulBrozenich Mar 15, 2012   Photographer
No worries! They remind me of the FD lenses I inherited from my Grandfather :)

Nice shot :thumbsup:
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:iconbatmanwithbunnyears:
I like this version, too. It's lively, like a robot in a Pixar movie. I think it would look more natural if you put some pauses between the "blinks" though, so it would look more like the mechanical equivalent of human blinking, and the motion would have more of a sense of asymmetrical, interesting rhythm.
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:iconmakepictures:
This was supposed to be the version for my profile page but when dA introduced version something or other (the version we are on now) it killed the use of a gif in the profile picture. I agree with your suggested adjustment completely. This was pretty raw.
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