Harumph! Wish my screen were bigger -- Where?? But anyway, I like that you're resting on a chair in the midst of this amazing menagerie.
If you're looking at these on a hand held device you'll be unable to really see them.
doesn't the circle mirror on the left wall look familiar? It's from one of your photos that you posted very recently.
Oh, also, that is me on the far left -- modelized (i.e. stretched vertically) but it is me. The woman, not the veiny ghost.
I wondered about the circle mirror since I'm noticing that I shoot lots of circles, but can't see it up close -- not a handheld device, but can't see much *about* the circle -- its qualities. And I wondered if that was you looking yes, model-like and that figure of nerve endings is caressing or delivering static electricity to your ass. Terrific! Are these done with a program or are you cutting and pasting? They're, each of them, so wonderful and so rich. The fetus in the head of a fetus, wow. And OK, I give up -- who's that in the photo? Rings a bell, but.
It's HD in that photo. I think I'm holding hands with that veiny guy as we get ready to walk through the door into oblivion, though he could be touching my ass, if that's what you see. I am making them the way I make so many things -- I use the most basic tools and do everything I can think of with them. You know, like an ape playing with a pencil. I don't even know how to use photoshop. If you take any jpeg, there are options for "select," to copy pieces of the image. If you play with them, you'll see how flexible they can be. It's all done on my computer. Open 2 jpegs, choose "select," choose "instant alpha," highlight a piece of one object, copy it, paste it onto the other jpeg. That's the basic idea, with a lot of tinkering.
You make it sound unbelievably simple, but ... whatever program you're using to open the jpeg with, I don't have (just checked). My programs are in Spanish and often the words don't actually correspond, ie, I have no "select" but just thought of looking onto MS Picture Mgr ... thanks for the details. Still, yes, you do a lot with them.
I have a Mac; it's the 'preview' feature I think.