Discussion in 'Identified!' started by CarlK90245, Feb 5, 2014.
You are an incredible talent!
Your reconstruction is amazing. . You are such a gifted artist! I am fascinated by your talent
I hope you do not mind I posted the link to it here (the post on reddit is actually archived but not deleted)
According to the DDP pinned post on their facebook page Harper Jane Doe is now pending announcement
Are you able to link a source. I looked on FB and I can't find anything.
Sure, the pinned post is where they publish the status of all the cases and have a spreadsheet attached
P.S. not sure if you can see it as a post, or just a link to DDP but that's the post which says [Case updates a/o 11/23/2020]
DNA Doe Project
Oh wow. This is exciting news!
Thank you for your respectful interpretation of the decedent in life!
Can you post it directly, as your own work? Sometimes Reddit links are removed.
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DDP have officially announced that she's been identified, but haven't revealed her identity, saying no further details are available at this time.
DNA Doe Project
WOW! I wish all reconstructions looked like that.
I just saw this announcement well. I am so glad she has her name back. DNA Doe Project never ceases to amaze me.
Here's the full file. According to my computer, I made this at the end of March.
Takes my breath away. I hope you will do more. You are a real talent.
Is it believed that she was left at the landfill or initially left in a Dumpster and driven there?
You are of great value.
@victoriarobinson642 also did some wonderful recons for a couple of cases here on Websleuths.
IL - IL - Jefferson Co., Wht Fem Head 166UFIL, 30-50, wry neck syndrome, Jan'93
FL - FL - Altamonte Springs, 'Ginger' WhtFem 67UFFL, 15-23, maybe from MI, Aug'73
It is ravishing. So gorgeous.
Agree, great work. The official composite of the first case is horrendous, basically just a picture of her mummified head from the postmortem with opened eyes.
I know....that's the reason for this new recon....
Did you make this recon solely based on the black and white sketch?
Yes, and also some artistic liberties with her hairstyle, eye color, and that sort of thing.
You did a wonderful job! Could you do one on Walker County Jane Doe?
I have seen your reconstruction of Julie Doe, it is amazing and looks so realistic and her hair look so natural.