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Tons of tigers, but just the beginning

Well it seems like I have been playing around with this technique for months. This is just the first set cause I am still taking and cropping pictures. This part of the experiment is just to see what effect larger and larger gaps on the over wraps has. What I seem to be coming away with from this part of the experiments is that the larger the gap the more diffuse the patterns. Here is a kind of code for the pictures from top to bottom.

245NCP+002NCP under A same over sac 002

245NCP+two002NCP A Under, Same over sacrifice two 002NCP

245NCP+two 002NCP+one 002Plain A under Blotch CP, Same over sacrifice3

245NCP+two 002NCP+one 002plain CP all A under, Same over sacrifice 3

245NCP+two 002NCP+one 002Plain NO CP A under, same over sacrifice 3



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Album name:Doc Ski / Inlay - Feather & Other
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Date added:Jun 16, 2010
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Kevin Graybeal   [Jun 16, 2010 at 10:36 PM]
First one is awesome Doc.. but the third one down is kinda wild too! Very neat experiment.
Ron Walter   [Jun 17, 2010 at 03:58 PM]
Great to see you back at it! I also like the first one best. Your experiment saves all of us a lot of time by not having to experiment ourselves.

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