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1  I decapitated my son!!! in Halloween Costumes by gwendolynmoon on: October 31, 2007 05:21:56 PM
A quick Halloween costume I whipped up for my son. My little decapitated cutie!

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2  Painting for a bland bedroom in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by gwendolynmoon on: October 28, 2007 12:13:04 PM
We just moved in and my poor bedroom was looking quite bare. So I decided to paint a series to hang over my bed. It is acrylic on canvas. Thanks for looking!

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3  Re: B&W and hand tinted photos (warning: adult content, img heavy) in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by gwendolynmoon on: October 22, 2007 08:20:33 PM
Hi,
 So here's my critique:
The 2nd photo is nice, the negative space surrounding a detailed scene is a nice theme but the figure is posed in an unflattering position (to much crack if you will), what else is on the contact sheet?  I would like the rose photo even more with out the hand coloring, I LOVE the models pose and the depth of field bouquet is nice but I would like all that to be balanced with the foreground having more detailed black blacks and white whites -you can achieve this by just "burning" in the roses with a 5 filter to add contrast, and then using a bleach mix for the highlights (for super whites).  The last pic has nice technique about it BUT the pose isn't tension filled enough -as my BF said I don't feel like he's bound, there's no tension.  You really have to shoot over and over until you get the emotion you want from the model, this feels like the second or third shot -so what else is on the contact sheet?

I would encourage you to shoot more, you have a great eye especially for B&W!
J


Thanks a bunch! I have never had anyone give me real criticism, they always just say "those are great" I am self taught and haven't picked up my camera in a few years. Unfortunately all my negs. were lost in a cross county move and all I have are the hard prints. I was considering taking it up again, but nowadays with photoshop and stuff it seems the art is being lost. Just out of curiosity, can I have a quick critique on this one, (I don't do all nudies  Tongue ) it is my favorite.



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4  Pet photos for calendar (img. heavy!) in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by gwendolynmoon on: October 22, 2007 08:13:37 PM
I am working on a calendar for my husband for Christmas. He loves his Gypsy-Doodle sooo much so I am photographing her for each month, this is what I have so far:





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5  B&W and hand tinted photos (warning: adult content, img heavy) in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by gwendolynmoon on: October 22, 2007 07:36:39 PM
I used to shoot erotic photography for women. These are all shot on film, developed in my own darkroom and hand tinted. Very tasteful mind you, the subject is my husband! I really never went anywhere with it, but I love to shoot. I would love some constructive criticism. Thanks!







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6  A few more of my paintings....... in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by gwendolynmoon on: October 22, 2007 07:24:14 PM
Here are a few more of my paintings. I don't paint very often, and don't think I am very good at it, but I like to do it! Constructive criticism welcome!



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7  Warm Wool Mittens.....Yay Cool Weather! in Crochet: Completed Projects by gwendolynmoon on: October 20, 2007 09:38:55 AM
I did a personal swap with a sweetie from Iceland named Kinnat:
 http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?action=profile;u=84360

and she sent me some fantastic Lopi Wool yarn. She sent me 7 skeins of all different colors so I decided to make some warm wool mittens! I still have enough to make a hat! Whooo hoooo!



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8  Kitty Scoodie! Thanks to Vegbee for the tute! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by gwendolynmoon on: October 17, 2007 05:40:28 PM
I saw her tute and just had to make one. I made it for Sam, but added kitty ears and used leopard faux fur to line it. She is so cute in it!

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9  Elivs has left the building, but left his hair behind! in Crochet: Completed Projects by gwendolynmoon on: October 12, 2007 09:45:08 AM
George is modeling my newest creation, the Elvis hat! I crocheted this hat out of Lion Wool on the round. I couldn't tell you how I did it, but I did felt the crap out of it! It will be great for those bad hair days!





And an update: The Elvis hair on a human (Eric to be exact!)



I think I am going to do a whole line of celebrity hair, and I am going to buy the store out of wool! Muahahahaha!
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10  Earflap "skullcap" in Crochet: Completed Projects by gwendolynmoon on: October 10, 2007 01:53:09 PM
I made this hat for a friend of mine. I like so much I want to keep it, but I guess I will just have to make me one! It is a pattern I made myself, just sc and hdc on the round. I used Woolease Chunky and Shetland Tweed. Don't mind George, he is just modeling it for me. Get it? Skullcap?  Grin



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