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by Christopher Holmes
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Our luxuriously soft blankets are available in two different sizes and feature incredible artwork on the top surface. The bottom surface is white. Our 100% polyester blankets are available in two different styles: plush fleece and sherpa fleece. Plush fleece blankets are soft and fluffy on both sides, whereas sherpa blankets are smooth like a soft sweater on the artwork side (i.e. shorter threads) which provides for a sharper image. Looking for a recommendation? Go with a 60" x 80" plush fleece blanket. It's soft and luxurious on both sides... the artwork looks incredible... and the size is just right for everyone.
This image is my interpretation of a bronze panel from the National WWII Memorial in Washington DC. As a satellite communications technician in the... more
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This image is my interpretation of a bronze panel from the National WWII Memorial in Washington DC. As a satellite communications technician in the Air Force I took a liking to this particular image. I started processing the image as a straight photograph. Somewhere along the way I started adding color and found that the sculpting marks rendered themselves readily as paint strokes. I hope you enjoy viewing this image as much as I had creating it.
First things first; All images presented here are copyrighted by the photographer, Christopher E. Holmes, and may not be used without written permission. Requests for written permission to use these images in situations other than what is provided here must be made to: Christopher@ocularperceptions.com. What follows is an abbreviated biography. Visit my blog entry "How I Got Here" for my extended biography. How I Got Here I first got my hands on a camera when I was 2 years old. It was a beautiful Kodak Brownie. This moment was recorded by my grandfather who always carried at least three cameras. I didn't immediately start taking pictures but I did get into art. My first memorable works were in oil. My parent's oils to be exact and my...
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