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Eejit!(Not you, Jill! That was for Mr O - he's my favourite eejit :-) )
Oddio, that program produced a most interesting transformation of the gypsy wagon! Not a wagon in sight but a lovely work of art in its place. Quite effective!! Thanks for the link to it!
It is amazing what that program can do, Mimi!
Okay, it's not the same, but just about as unidentifiable!http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=MAYH7KGR
Never seen me confused? Well, I guess that slackjaw look is normal for me, so you wouldn't be able to tell.And it sort of explains why I did not even recognize that you had the original photos alongside the "facegooed"! ( - duh - ) (Go ahead, Foxy, say it.... )
A strange and wonderful capability. Makes you wonder what you can do next!
Lol, oddio! When half the story is missing, no wonder it makes no sense! You must have found this under Mosaics. Look at the pictures that day under my profile. Facegoo is a program that distorts photos. This is a photo of my cat, Sherlock. Yes, he has been facegooed! It is an amazing program. I have to say, I've never seen you confused
I have no idea what is going on here. :>) The title tells me nothing, but then, I am easily confused.As suggested by other comments, I thought I would see Basil Rathbone with egg on his face.
Elementary, my dear.....I must say it..........GROAN!!!! .......most welcome, dear one!..... :-)
You are very welcome, Hanne. It is hard to believe that this is Sherlock!
If you keep gooing up Sherlock, he's going to have to find another Holmes.... Thanks, Good Buddy.... :) :)
Looks like thick paper and green plywood arranged in a very lovely way!! Thanks so very much Jill!!
LOL!!! Now, you've got me really laughing!! I'm so happy that you liked it, Shirley, my friend!... :-))
I'm going to be real careful, not to get my picture taken by Jill, she will put face goo over me a post me as a puzzle, look at poor Sherlock, I can only recognise his tail in the background. Jokes aside, it is a great puzzle, Thanks Jill.