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1  Photography Final, IMG heavy in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by johnsoec on: December 14, 2007 11:59:26 AM
I've successfully made it through my first semester as a studio art major/photography concentration.. (even though its my 7th semester in college, oh for being indecisive). I enjoyed my photography final project so i thought i'd share. I made an orihon style book with black pages and a black and white gingham cotton cover. I scanned the pictures and here they are. 35mm prints.















Thanks for looking, criticism is welcome!!
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2  Re: Christmas/Winter ATC Gallery in The Swap Gallery by johnsoec on: December 12, 2007 01:02:56 PM
here is my card from Qazicat..

I absolutely love the Zebra for christmas, Zebras are my favorite!!!!!
Thanks for my first ever ATC!
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3  Mini Dinosaur Cakes! in Dessert by johnsoec on: November 13, 2007 09:58:51 AM
I am a college student away from home and for my birthday this year (I turned 22, btw) my mom sent me a package. Finding the package on my porch as I was walking out to class, I had to run back in and open it up.. yes, i was late for class. Inside was a cake silicone cake mold that makes 6 cupcake size dinosaur cakes, 4 different colors of piping icing, and a box of confetti cake mix! I was so excited, and then I made these:





I had trouble figuring out how to cover them in icing and still be able to see their shape, so.. I heated up the icing for a few seconds and drizzled it on, then gave them skeleton like outlines with the different colors. My friends enjoyed laughing at how much of a kid I still am.
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4  felt stuffed robot in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by johnsoec on: September 20, 2007 08:27:50 AM
I told my nephew over the summer that I would make him a little stuffed robot and send it to him in the mail since he had just moved quite a few states away. Well I got caught up in other things for a while and just recently had a chance to make it. My nephew probably forgot, but I'm sure a 5 year old will love getting it in the mail anyway!




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