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Changing the rules... by Pzychonoir Changing the rules... by Pzychonoir
This I took as part of a commission for :icondrigulch: thanks so much for his awesome commission and for allowing my creativity to run wild and free!! my pleasure to have him in my custom! let's see if anyone can guess what the whole thing was about.

He's also generous and doesn't want to keep the results all for himself and asked me to share it with the world.... so here is the first of many to show!:D
I loved how the fireplace lit looked like, hadn't seen in years, but sometimes you just forget about such details... but it definitely looks awesome on the images! to my taste at least!:D

Photo taken by my still alive husband :) :iconunderthespell: and thanks to him too for cleaning and preparing the fireplace for this these lounge pictures. :D




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:iconkarinamacgill:
KarinaMacGill Mar 12, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Is it just my imagination, or do I see correctly... are those ribs behind you in the fireplace?
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Pzychonoir Mar 29, 2014  Professional Photographer
lol, yoru eyes, that's the shape of the fireplace... you can see why or a bit more of it in this other pic pzychostock.deviantart.com/art…, sorry it took me so long to reply, wanted to post the pic first, and couldn't get inspired for a title, I'm not that macabre! lol :D in the work I was meant to be the nurse of a decrepit old man and was just chilling out for the poison I had given him in my mind story to kick in, lol chopping him and burn his body wasn't part of the plan I had in mind when creating those images!:D
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:iconstuffedbellylover:

Ha ha ha ha ha! Sehr makaber, Laura! :-)


Liebe Gre,


Chris

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Pzychonoir Mar 29, 2014  Professional Photographer
:nod: :D
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Phllegend83 Jan 1, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Awesome photo, there is something so eye catching about you by an fireplace, reading a book about dont's and do's for widows. Oh and those very sexy high heels that look like they are made from the finest sued. I always loved your eye when it came capturing fine moments to share but it looks like hubby got some talent as well. HAPPY NEW YEAR BTW.
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Pzychonoir Jan 12, 2014  Professional Photographer
Thank you very much! more to come soon of this commission I did..  uhm perhaps tonight!:D. Well... when I do it myself I have to place the camera at an angle and try to fit in it, without cropping my limbs, husband helped because he was in a hurry to get me in bed early that night, but of course added the liberty of posing as I wanted and then he had to frame it. :) But also that way getting different angles than I could have missed :D. Ohh and happy New Year to you too, I hope you had lovely Christmas and all, forgot to ask about yours on the previous comment, so doing it here now :D
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Phllegend83 Jan 13, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
That's awesome that your hubby helps you out with your art. My new years was awesome, Christmas was good too. I got a few things but mainly it was enjoyable just being able to be around family. It wasn't to cold in California so I was still able to get my fix whenever I went to the store or to the mall. Lol I'm so bad ;). Other then that I was just working my butt off fixing inventory problems and preparing for the rush after the new year.
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:icondrigulch:
I have now had this magnificent artist do to sets of commissioned work for me and have had zero opportunity, let along  desire to complain about a single molecule of the efforts from the artistic execution to the atoms in her business model. The lady has kind of mad eke very glad that i live far, far away, for i tried to provide merely a bare bones outline of a theme, suggest a few specific details and then ask the artist to knock on it; and knock on it she did. The rapidity at which she was able to concoct a plot to rub out a wealthy husband and do it so very, very sensually should terrify anybody out there with XY chromosomes. I can count the artists i have worked with who posses these qualities on less than one hand and when i viewed the snippets to the matricide in progress, nearly succumbed myself from the power of the effect the excellence and stunning visuals had on me. Be careful when you ask a capable artist, magnificent model, and beguiler with a great big brain to rewrite the marriage book, she will unquestionably give you what you asked!
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Pzychonoir Dec 16, 2013  Professional Photographer
Ohh dear, you're far too kind with your review of my work! :blushes: I'm ever so pleased you enjoy it! it makes my live worth living, as nothing makes me happier than being able to make a living out of my "artistic" skills and wit! :D and my pleasure to work with you, your ideas are always welcome, as they imply some new challenge and awesome themes, and more like a story to work with other than the boring work... it's after all some work... and I like thinking and trying to impress whenever possible!:D thanks so much again :hug:
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:icondrigulch:
If i do not intrude, and if this is not too open a forum, might i ask if you have any back ground in theater? if that is none of my business, i will presume the answer is nunya. ;) 
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