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Basement Stock - Gun 4 Hire by idolhands Basement Stock - Gun 4 Hire by idolhands
I'm adding a few more shots from this series to help support the URBAN LEGENDS CONTEST where Stock - Hero or Villain was featured to my pleasant surprise.

:star: If you do choose to use something, give me credit and I'd love it if you sent a note.:star:

I'm happy to pimp, as you can see by my Shoutboard and LiveJournal.

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Other stock images for use:

:bulletpurple: Stock - Hero or Villain
:bulletred: Crimes Against Humanity
:bulletgreen: Looks Could Kill
:bulletblue: Basement Stock - Red Power Box
:bulletpurple: Basement Stock - Death Window
:bulletred: Idol Hands - Caution
:bulletgreen: Basement Stock - Crouch
:bulletblue: Idol Hands - Big Bang
:bulletpurple: The Portal
:bulletred: Stock - Kaleidoscope of Keys
:bulletgreen: Stock - Trilingual "I Voted"
:bulletblue: Basement Stock - Take it down
:bulletpurple: Basement Stock - Dead End


GALLERIES
Stock | Line-Art | Fan Art | Burton Films | Sailor Moon | Convention Work | Pretty Boys | Hot Chicks | Original Works | Photography | Writing
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fictional-inkbot Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2009
Hello again. :)

Don't mean to bug, but I was messing around with Photoshop earlier and found myself experimenting with this photo (my unfortunate victim, I think): [link]

Just wanted to be polite and drop you a note about it. Thanks much. :)
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BohemianChild1899 Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
hmm..ok, definately saving this for later.

..you have inspired me my friend.
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idolhands Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2008
Do it, to it. ;)
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J-Bob Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Majestic! Very nice photo!
(A very... mysterious feel to it :))
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idolhands Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2008
Thank you!
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:iconadreamersimagination:
I do believe I shall use this one for my project...

By the way, I love your ankh pendant from the other stock photos in this series. I wandered through many strange back alleyways in Cairo to find mine, and was almost dragged off by several vendors in the process. :P
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idolhands Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2008
Cool.

Mine has a humble origin, found around the age of 11, called to me from a plethora of vendors at some basement sale. But it developed a DEEP significance. I wore it and wore it and wore it, now it is so worn, for I wore it impractically on a long chain without a proper buffer, that the chain nearly ate through (I didn't realize that could happen). I'm glad that luck had me catch this before it simply popped off somewhere. It has a place of honor near my daily life, but it was permitted to play, be worn, in those shots, first time in years and years. I do miss wearing it. Perhaps I shall have it enforced by a jeweler worth their salt.

I paused on these realizations greatly, stopped in my tracks, as in only that photo is the symbol so visible and it was the one chosen for the honor. Also a coincidence with other things that have been on my mind...or perhaps; wonderfully mysterious.

I'd love to see yours some time. I can't imagine what roaming around Cairo would do to my intuitive natures!!
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Roaming around Cairo has a brilliant effect on intuitive natures!! Perhaps I'll start working on that self-portrait I've always intended on doing and include my ankh in there. I was lucky, I have two charms on this chain that I happened to find in my house when I bought the first one. A celtic triplicate dragon (you can see it in most of the old pictures in my gallery) and my ankh. I don't think I've taken this necklace off in.... three years, except to add the ankh to it, and it's still holding up strong.

Basement sales are the best places to find strange artifacts. Trash digging is very good too. I found a reproduction salvador dali painting in someone's garbage once.
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idolhands Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2008
I absolutely think you should and am loving this and the previous story (in the journal).
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LadyDoctor Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2008  Student General Artist
Oh...cigar? Hee, as I said before, I like this picture and the cigar and smoke adds to that mysterious factor...<3
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