5/52 Drawing My Path... [Explored]

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    I feel im at the stage where im starting a blank sheet of paper and ready to start the drawing of my life..

    I've had my Plymouth University Interview this week for Photography, It went really well the lady was really positive but she did wonder if i should be applying for a Commercial Photography Degree instead of a strait photography degree. So now im going over all the options YET again.

    But i always go by "What ever happens, Happens for a reason" and it aways works out in the end.

    Got this idea from a photographer called "Ben Heine" and though id give it a try myself.
    I used photoshop for all the drawing for the first time ever. And then drew out all of the detail (which took forever!!)

    But im really Pleased how it came out.

    Enjoy :)

    [Explored!! at position 391 but still happy even though still dont really understand explore :) ]


    Karl.Harker, Chizuka2010, Lonyl, and 10 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. roijoy 38 months ago | reply

      Nicely done Josh. I've been following Ben's stream for a couple of years now. You've done a great job here!

    2. josh_martin 38 months ago | reply

      Thanks very much :)

    3. Chizuka2010 38 months ago | reply

      Wow! this is so cool! I love it! Great future ahead of you!

    4. HarryJayphotos 38 months ago | reply

      Wow! That's a lot of work! Well done

    5. NetPas 38 months ago | reply

      This just simply came out - very well! ;)

    6. basselal 38 months ago | reply

      very good idea executed flawlessly. Nicely done!

    7. Katie-Rose 38 months ago | reply

      That's brilliant!
      What a great idea!

    8. Karl.Harker 38 months ago | reply

      this is too good! haha insanely jealous!

    9. Lonyl 38 months ago | reply


    10. shenamt 37 months ago | reply

      Wow, really clever!

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