I was just walking around the neighborhood with my camera taking shots of "anythings" as I call them, whatever catches my eye at the moment. I saw that metal nut and zoomed in on it and snapped. Then when I went home and transferred the photos from the camera to the computer, I noticed that it looked like a nut from a tree at about 11 o'clock beside the metal nut. It was just a coincidental juxtaposition of two different kinds of nuts beside each other. I was going to go back and check if that was a real nut, but I knew I'd be looking for an hour before finding it again.
An image from Nessa's story, but I had problems because of the heat of the day and the program crashed because it uses so much resources. So after it got night, I tried it again, but not with as much detail as I had intended. The story is good to read!
This one was really hard; took several hours to make. First had to get the mirror enlarged and working, and then had to line up the girls' hands, feet and asses to fairly match the exercise machines. But it won't take near as long the next time I make a picture like this because this is a learning experience. That's my purpose for doing it: to learn how to manipulate the computer program and create a matrix of files so that if I decide to try some serious screenplay writing again (I've written nine plays and three novels) then I will be able to create the storyboards.I got the program almost a year ago. Well, anyway, I left the girls' skimpy clothes on this time. .