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I decided to post a wet print-for extra textural goodness.
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:iconvedoart:
VedoART Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2008
this remidnds me of silent hill
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2008
That was one I did not see, but I heard the visuals were good.
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Samara-make-a-scene Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2007
Whoa. that's just great. it is.
& i just, i can't even explain. it rockked.
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2007
very kind words. Appreciate them.
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:iconsamara-make-a-scene:
Samara-make-a-scene Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2007
Very true words. n_n

yourverywelcome. <3
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DarkAlchemyStudios Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2007
Excellent work! I absolutely love this. :D

I've featured this deviation here: [link]

I hope this doesn't abuse the rights of your photo. =/
If I need to give you any extra credit of any kind, please let me know.
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2007
Thank you. No extra credit needed.
Have a nice day.
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DarkAlchemyStudios Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2007
You're welcome! You have a nice day as well. :)
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sinslave09 Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2007  Professional General Artist
really neat! what did you use to make this as far as the colors/textures? i really like the over all feel of the image.yay!
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2007
silver bleach, sepia toner (2 bath) and a nice healthy dose of selenium at the end. I really have to get a ventilation fan at some point...
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Angel-Bella-Donna Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:jawdrop:!!
This was a "OMGosh" moment ~ love this image, love the concept. Brilliant work :clap:
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2007
:thanks:
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:iconsy666:
Sy666 Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2007
:wow: this is fantastic :clap: very beautiful
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2007
:dance:
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:iconsy666:
Sy666 Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2007
:giggle:
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:iconxerces:
Xerces Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2007  Professional Artisan Crafter
fantastic texturing on this, and such a dark and creepy piece. great job
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2007
water on a negative that is contact printed always gives the best texture. And always different.
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:iconxerces:
Xerces Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2007  Professional Artisan Crafter
yeah- definitely! very cool effect
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:iconpamdemonium:
pamdemonium Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2007
You could give the guy from "Saw" a run for his money. Great work-as always.
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2007
um, thanks. :)
I really do like his toys though (visually speaking of course.)
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DitaMortemi Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2007  Professional Interface Designer
Like this very much... the dirt... paleness.. texture... everything
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2007
the texture is water, the paleness is just me.
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DitaMortemi Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2007  Professional Interface Designer
^^
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:iconmashina:
mashina Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2007   Digital Artist
It's beautiful as like the rest of your work.
(possibly stupid) Question: did you use a grandangular lens on this one?
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2007
I used a 120mm lens on a 4x5 view camera which I don't think would qualify as grandangular although it certainly does qualify as wide.
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:iconmashina:
mashina Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2007   Digital Artist
Ok, thank you, You just enlightened the mind of a profane :)
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:iconbitchinblack:
bitchinblack Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Dammit, this is one of those "I wish I had thought of it first" photographs.
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2007
thanks.
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:iconfleetofgypsies:
fleetofgypsies Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
wonderful photography... I wanna hold your hand!!!
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2007
you can't hold a hand that's reaching away.
:)
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:iconpaultree:
paultree Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2007
this is cool looking =]

like a horror movie of sorts.

nice job!x
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2007
thanks.
:)
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:iconfaction-paradox:
faction-paradox Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2007   Digital Artist
Definitely loving that extra trxture!!!!
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2007
when it works, it works. Then there are times when it really doesn't. :)
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:iconfaction-paradox:
faction-paradox Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2007   Digital Artist
Well it worked this time! :D
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:iconichertov:
IChertov Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007   Photographer
good :)
how do you scan your photos ?
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IChertov Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007   Photographer
Btw..
you might want to check out this profile :PP
[url=[link]
she is a friend of mine ...
when i first saw your photographs they reminded me of her :P
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lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
Regular flatbed scanner- an Epson 4870. Straight scan, no adjustments; then open in photoshop, adjust the levels (usually using the eyedropper and selecting a true black) to match the original and that's it.
(Whenever you scan you never get a true black, scanners tend to flatten things out a bit.)
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obleakpattern Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007   Traditional Artist
i like this
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
good.
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:iconjaala:
Jaala Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
what is a wet post??
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
It's my name for something I stumbled on while being impatient. Instead of waiting for a negative to dry one day I just pulled it out of the water, squeegeed it off with my fingers and contact printed it on the photo paper while it was still wet. The existing water made a really nice texture so I do that fairly often now. You really shouldn't since you run a risk of damaging the negative, but I do it anyway.
If you're careful on occasion something really beautiful happens, and I haven't lost a negative yet.
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:iconjaala:
Jaala Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
D:. sounds crazy fun!
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:icongaurk:
Gaurk Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Sweet composition. Your photos always look like they were taken accidentally by the world's first camera.
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
that's a nice compliment. most of my life is accidental.
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:iconslpdomain:
SLPdomain Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
especially if one is already cut up and eyes --are far too critical as opposed to seeing.
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:iconslpdomain:
SLPdomain Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
key and passpost...I'd go for.
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:iconlauren-rabbit:
lauren-rabbit Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
didn't think of passport, that works. Actually, and there's no way anyone else could tell this, it was the cover of an old photo album with a metal clast- so to me it was keys and memory.
I prefer to eschew memory, don't want razors, so I would have to go for the eyes.
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SLPdomain Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2007
amusing association piece. Wonder what most do choice?
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