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  1. The devil finds work for idle hands, they say. I'm not sure if this counts as keeping out of trouble or the devil's work, but I've been amusing myself searching for self-portraits with a window and ... 'improving' them. (All the additional images I found with Google.) See what you think ! Portrait of Bartolomeo Bonghi. But if you will call yourself Bart Bongy, you're asking for it, aren't you? "No, YOU tell him he's in my light!" Marie-Denise Villers 1774 – 1821, self portrait with friend. Saint Luke reading the government's latest social distancing guidelines to the Virgin and infant Jesus. Rogier van der Weyden, 16th century self-portrait (He's the one on the right). Raphael meets Magritte ... Animated GIF made with JASC Animation Studio This is a self-portrait by 19th century Dutch artist Louis Meijer, but I've been very cheeky and replaced his painting with some artwork of my own. I used the Pen tool to select the canvas; if you switch to the Selection brush you can use Refine to, well, refine the selection -- it will do much of the work for you, so you don't have to work so hard with the Pen. I matched the drawing to the mask with the Perspective tool.
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