Lucky Charm — St. Patricks Day 2001


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10 reviews for Lucky Charm — St. Patricks Day 2001

  1. Terri

    Love your work! You should make more St. Patty’s papers.. I love being festive!

  2. Sara

    I love the original Lucky Charm…would love to see it multiscreen and maybe a touch of irish!!

  3. Ryan

    “Cloverscape” is my updated version of “Lucky Charm”.

  4. Ray Cox

    Can we get an updated version of “Lucky Charm” for St Patrick’s Day? In 16:10 aspect ratio, for those with Wide screen monitors?

    Thanx 🙂

  5. Lisa

    This one has always been one of my favorites 😀 It’s been on my desktop all week!

    I was just re-reading some of the comments on it out of curiousity. There is that one clover that’s right beneath the central lucky clover and the leaf on the top side of it looks like it’s floating unattached to the clover. I wanted to see if anyone else had ever noticed or commented on it 😛

  6. Lisa

    I just wanted to see if I could “fix” it:

  7. Mike

    This was always one of my favorites 🙂

    I thought you might like to see this:

    Coincidently, someone took a photo that looks just like your wallpaper. The wallpaper version is better though!

  8. Mikw

    I always loved this one! Just recently I saw this photo

    that reminded me of your wallpaper

  9. Nancy

    As something of a four-leaf clover seeker, this is great. The four-leaf clover here doesn’t sit right (it’s hard to explain why it’s not right; it just isn’t), but that’s okay; it’s still fun and pretty and awesome.

  10. Robert

    This picture has always been one of my favourite DB renders. I love the subject, the composition, the lighting, the depth of field. It could almost be a photograph.

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