L&M's Photo - Graphics & Crafts Website

photo restoration - cross stitch - glass painting - humor - funny articles - computer graphics

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Cross stitch & Crafts

bullet Cross stitch examples-1

bullet Cross stitch examples-2

bullet Cross stitch/other crafts

bullet Glass painting

bullet Crafts on display-1

bullet Crafts on display-2

Photo & Graphics

bullet Restored photos-1

bullet Restored photos-2

bullet Old soldier photos

bullet How to colour photos

bullet How to repair photos

bullet Optimising images

bullet Computer pictures-1

bullet Computer pictures-2

bullet Computer pictures-3

bullet Computer pictures-4

bullet Computer pictures-5

Humour

bullet Budgie

bullet Cannibal

bullet Cheque card

bullet Hints - Hoaxes

bullet Ifology

bullet More humour

bullet Even more humour

bullet Sunnyspecs

bullet Tents

bullet The Tower

Disability

bullet Career to craftwork

bullet Carers Lot

bullet Computer addict

Television

bullet TV trade 1960 - 80

bullet Dog tales

bullet The apprentice

Mountain Biking

bullet Visit the 'Over the Hill Off-Road Cycling.Club' website.

Holidays - Travel

bullet Bahrain

bullet Germany

bullet Hawaii

bullet Jersey

bullet Spain

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Marbles

Marbles graphic

Drawn as a vector in CorelDRAW then converted to jpeg. Transparent fills form the marbles. The Boss filter was used to raise the letters on the box after the graphic had been converted to bitmap. Created by Martin

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Mercedes Benz SSK

Mercedes Benz

The model was placed on top of the computer monitor and copied. Considering it was done using nothing more than the Windows 'Paint' program it turned out surprisingly well. The slight emboss and the plinth fill were added at a later date with Photo-Paint7 Created by Martin

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