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Something Wicked
United States
UserName: IceFarie
Likes: Books, Manga, Music, Internet
Dislikes: Grapefruit, Anti-feminists, Bean Pastes, Predjudice, jerks
Hobbies: Reading, Writing, Drawing, Biking, Photography
Age: 16
Gender: Female

Current Residence: Somewhere Warm
Favourite genre of music: Rock, Metal, Alternative
Favourite style of art: anything I can get my hands on
MP3 player of choice: Ipod Nano
Shell of choice: Tortise
Wallpaper of choice: Anything Anime
Favourite cartoon character: kakashi-sensei (Naruto)
Personal Quote: I lost the Game!
  • Listening to: Punches, Kicks, Trenches,And Swords-Pint Shot Riot
  • Reading: Hamlet
  • Watching: Sherlock
  • Playing: Sims 3-Ambitions
  • Eating: Ferrero Rocher
  • Drinking: water
Learning some new developing processes in Photography lately, my teacher is crazy/insane/genius. Lately we've been doing 'lith photography', which is pretty cool. It's basically overexposing the image then only partially developing it. In Dark Angel 001 I used a 5 filter (filters being what helps add either gray tones or contrast to a black and white image-00 being all gray tones and 5 the most contrast possible). On top of that the subject was asked to wear all black and sit in front of a white back drop for the most contrast possible. This, combined with the 5 filter and lith developing process, gave the final print the ultimate 'freaky' look.

For the curious, here's a link i found that goes very in depth about the process, the history, the chemicals involved and even a few examples of it:…

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BlackQuartz Nov 14, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Oh wow, thanks for the llama badge!
StarryMary Nov 13, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the fave :D :iconawkwardhugplz:
Devaynne Nov 5, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Thank you for the favs~ ^^
Thanks for the fave~!
thx for the llama :D
Thank you for the fav )
shanks for tha :llama:
wanderer1812 May 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch ^^
of course! I eagerly await your next update!
wanderer1812 May 5, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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