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Playing with Marylin by JuanOsborne Playing with Marylin by JuanOsborne
Another WordSearch game. This time with a Marylin Monroe portrait.

You have to find ten words related to the most famous blonde ever.

I think that itís very easy so Iím not going to post the solution.

Good luck!.
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smain62 Featured By Owner May 28, 2013
Such an original technique is hardly ever seen, and the result is so convincing !
Very nice work I love it !
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lunskun Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
wonderful
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JuanOsborne Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012
thank you :-)
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lunskun Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
you`re welcome !
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wilson419 Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2011
WOW! Do you use a program scripted to wrap all this text around a wire-form, or some other kind of "automatic" digital process? Or are you building these portraits "by hand," meaning even digitally, are you are working word-by-word manually placing the text and manipulating the color/shape to form the values/render forms of the subject matter? I hope that makes sense, I guess I'm just trying to imagine your process. It would seam a painstakingly meticulous job to individually manipulate each word one-by-one to slowly build the portraits, however, I'm assuming this is what your doing with these. Crazy man, just crazy! And of course they look spectacular, so either way kudos to your ingenuity and/or infinite seeming obsessive patience :)
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JuanOsborne Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2011
Hi Wilson,

I have my own tools and techniques... but certainly it was NOT made one by one. Some of my works has more than 200.000 words... I'm not so crazy ;-)

It's something like a combination between my own algorithmic tools and human intervention. Both needed!

Thank you!.
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