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Flat Butt No Hand

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Yea that cut-out job looks natural! That must be one fluffy rug...

12 Comments
  1. Olivia says:

    No heel on left foot either.

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  2. Ricky says:

    You can see the seam in the "rug"...

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  3. sharon g says:

    You can also see where the crown molding was erased to the left of her legs, but not behind her back.

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  4. meggy says:

    Just peculiar. Why not do a decent job if you're going to so much trouble?

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  5. Jeffssis says:

    Is this a hoax? Did you really get this from someone who claims to be a pro???????

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  6. Annoyed says:

    Why not just shoot her on the crappy rug in front of the blah wall in the first place? I really can't imagine that the first setting that the image was originally shot in was much worse than what they cut and pasted her in to.

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  7. alisha says:

    Wow!! They obviously pay GREAT attention to detail!

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  8. Dale Shawgo says:

    Maybe it's really really plush fur.

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  9. Dottie says:

    Bad on SO many levels!

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  10. T says:

    How 's the water? Spotted?... And furry?!?!?

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  11. Stacey says:

    Ok... the leopard is a stolen jpeg of the Internet that was tiled, poorly. The scale makes basically NO sense. The stockings are rolling down, the hair is sloppy, and there's overspray on the stockings from a bad airbrush job on her thighs. You can tell the waist was "liquefied" but they didn't bother to work on her lower abs so it looks like the corset is making a hard angle into her thighs. The corset is a side-fastening one, and for reasons I don't get, they chose to shoot her from the side where you can see the closure,vs. the other side that doesn't. The cut and paste is ABYSMAL. It would have cost basically $10 dollars to shoot this poor girl on an furry throw rug. Sadly, she's cute and in the hands on someone decent this could have been a good image. Pin-up is a "devil is in the details" genre, so if you aren't going to take the time to do it right, don't bother.

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