Sharp eyes!That's definitely kind of cheesy, but I guess artists cutting corners goes back a long way. Back in colonial days, itinerant portrait painters would travel around with a wagon full of pre-made paintings: the only part missing was the head. Choose the body and outfit you wanted, and they'd stick your face on it.
Oh my gosh--I love that portrait idea! haha I'm surprised they aren't still doing that at county fairs and places like that, that's awesome.
Only you would notice such a thing. Only you would read my little pony. I think you should go to graduate school and do your dissertation on this.
hey, i think i had that book! too bad you didn't go to graduate school with me, where you actually *could* have done your dissertation on something like this.
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