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1  My photography final is DONE! 12 pics inside! in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by raychie on: December 10, 2007 12:39:48 PM
I'm a photography major. I decided (stupidly) to take a photo class my first semester of college. All I can is this: it was time consuming. For our final, we had to have 12 fiber paper prints, 5 of them had to be double matted, have an artists statement, and burn it all onto a disc. After doing crazy printing (uh...I printed 8 prints in TWO hours. That's ridiculous), I went on to my least favorite part of photography: matting. I hate it. Today, I finished up by linen taping all my stuff. So, here's my final. Cookies to whoever figures out what my "concept" is! Let me also preface this by saying that there are some with camera shake Sad Also, most of the white spots you see are dust from the scanner, not from the negatives!

First, hands and stomachs:

Next, necks:



I present tomorrow! Thanks for looking, I hope you enjoy!
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2  Darkroom prints! in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by raychie on: October 26, 2007 08:15:32 PM
First off, let me apologize for the dust on these prints! They are not that dirty, I swear! I should clean the scanner before using it!

I'll start off with my newest prints:
My little neighbor, Lauryn.

Part of my church's parking lot, and a main highway

Catepillar on fence

My first, and favorite, print

Hummingbird feeder



My sister

Sis again

This was an example of juxtaposition

My sister, looking forlorn

My sister's feet in the mud

A brick

My sister's hands...everyone always loves this one!

There's just some of my stuff. Most of it is from last year. The first three are from this year. Critiques? Questions, comments, concerns? I hope you all enjoy!
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3  Re: Lady Eleanor Round 2? in Knitalongs by raychie on: January 14, 2007 12:16:06 PM
I don't know why I was so scared to do this.

It's easy.

And it looks awesome! I started back up with the Noro, and it's behaving a lot better for me now that I've had some practice entrelacing!

here's a pic! I'm not too far in, and my camera isn't able to pick up the true colors very well. I'm using Noro Silk Garden Lite in color 2010.

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4  Re: Photos by: taloola! (photo obese) in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by raychie on: January 04, 2007 03:37:23 PM
^It's really fun!

I don't want to hijack or anything, but here's one of my reverse-lense photos! It's yarn.

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5  Re: More than 850 yards of yarn and no idea what to make with it... in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by raychie on: September 09, 2006 03:53:55 PM
I knitted a Clapotis out of that stuff.

Here's a pic of it:

It is a BIG rectangle, but it'll be challenging enough for you, I think!
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6  Re: Clapotis from Knitty in Knitalongs by raychie on: September 08, 2006 05:52:58 PM
I've made two Clapotis. I almost want to make another one.  Or 500. There are so many gorgeous yarns you could make one with! I want them all!

My first one is HUGE. It's like 2.5 feet by 7.5 feet. Huge. I usually use it as a blanket! It was knit with Joann brand of yarn. I only used it because it was what I had enough of. It was SUPER hard to drop the stitches. I really had to almost rip them down! It took me about 3 months to make. It got really boring really fast.

I cheat on my first one with the second. It's just so gorgeous! I used Blue Heron Rayon Metallic yarn in Spanish Dancer. I want to make a Clap in every colorway of this yarn! It's a smaller Clap, but it's a perfect size for me! It's about 1.5 feet by 5.5 feet. I love the glitzy ness, the softness, and the colors. Love. It's definitely my favorite thing I've ever knitted! This one took me 5 days to finish. I worked about TWELVE hours every day on it. I wanted it done! It was totally worth it.


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