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The boy at the fort (III)
The last of the three portraits taken at the Chitradurga fort.
The sentence above might sound like title of a Dali painting.
The three portraits, from the first portrait in color to the sepia tinted one to the one I have posted here, are in a way representation of progressive degeneration of memory.
Very nice effect here. I found the geometric lines on the walls and floor interesting... as if they were drawn by the artist for perspective and not erased when the sketch was finished.
By Avis, at 8.12.05
I tried a lot to recolorize this using this (http://www.recolored.com/) but some how this tool failed in doing so :-(
By Sudhakar, at 8.12.05
:-) That's a nice perspective (pun unintentional) Avis!
Hey Sudhakar, may be you should try it with the previous (sepia tinted) post. That tool I suspect uses the Saturation and Lightness information from the picture and then applies the Hue from the lines you draw. This one being a monochrome, the lightness/saturation information is not conducive to "coloring" :)
By Deepak, at 11.12.05
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