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2d Greeting Card featuring the digital art Morph by Brian Wallace

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Thanks Irmgard Schoendorf Welch, for the fave of my work!

just saw this in the odd face contest.. I love it, it's a really cool piece :)

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks for taking the time to comment John!

The GLINT in the left eye does it ! You are looking good ! (voted here and in the crazy-crazy portraits contest) :-)

Brian Wallace replied:

Thank you Hartmut!!!

Thanks Amy, for the comment and vote!

Great! v

Thanks Eva, for featuring my image in the group, "It is all About Halloween".

Thanks Liana for featuring my image in "Digital Art in the works".

Thank you Bob and Nancy! Congrats on your recent win as well!

Brian, Congratulations on your 3rd place win in the Face It contest! Amazing image! V

It was fun though Wendy. ; )

Yikes! Awesomely freaky, Brian!

Thanks for the feature John!

I agree Kristin. The original morphing was done at a very low resolution a few years ago. Yesterday I had fun manipulating it further and using the smudge tool in PS, changing mainly the eyes and teeth. Thanks for your comment Benanne. A mask would be a fun creation for something like this.

Disturbing in a good way. You should "mold" this and sell it as a Halloween mask!

That is really creepy, Brian. He looks kinda like a light-haired werewolf to me.

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Artist's Description

2D morphed and manipulated self portrait to create an alien appearence.

About Brian Wallace

Brian Wallace

3D Crossview Video: To view the "3D effect"...Gently converge (cross) your eyes and focus on the middle image that appears while ignoring the outside. Move the pointer into the video and click the "enlarge icon" at the bottom right corner for easier freeviewing. Not everyone is successful but it does become easier with practice. In any case, hopefully you'll enjoy my Boogie Woogie! :) If you have not yet been successful "freeviewing" this 3D stereo format using this method, here is a video tutorial that may help... I have more animated photos and links to Power Point Shows on my Blog. (Animations require time to load) My OOB...

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