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World of Imagination by idolhands World of Imagination by idolhands
Chihuly exhibit + a mysterious stranger in a top hat. Or was it just a trick of the light?

Feel free to use your world of imagination to invent whatever you like besides, and as well as, the obvious.

Chocolate fantasy? Alice in Wonderland? Ringmaster? Wizard or Magician? Victorian steampunk? Eccentric rock star? Joker, jester or gentle folk. Hm... Everyone's invited.
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日本 = チャーリーとチョコレー工場, 夢のチョコレート工場


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:iconhabitualflippancy:
HabitualFlippancy Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love how there is something magical and yet villainous about this shot. It's straight out of a movie I would love. ;)
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idolhands Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2008
...and that sounds about what I'm always goin' for. :dance:
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72s3e Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2008
Maybe you're not even a stranger...
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idolhands Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2008
Dr. Strange?
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72s3e Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2008
Perhaps!
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MaRaMa-Artz Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2008  Professional General Artist
Wow! Looks like the inventing room! X3

You're awesome~ :heart:
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idolhands Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2008
So are you ~
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MaRaMa-Artz Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2008  Professional General Artist
But at least once a month I kill the awesome because of the supposed-to-be-very-wonderful thing about being female. DX

And you're also very sweet~ Just like candy~

Hey, you were stalking my dreams again, but this time I can't remember a thing, only that I knew of your presence in there somewhere. And you know, I think last night too, and having to do with your photos and also with candy. :D
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idolhands Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2008
The ability to give birth is an awesome thing. I want you to know there are many who envy it, even the pain that comes with it...there is an undeniably deep connection to the cycle of life. Not to mention as I've stated before and perhaps should state more often and loudly, a functioning uterus gives women the RIGHT to DECIDE whose genetic code gets to be passed on and whose does not. That should be remembered and treated with a lot more power.

No damn it, I'm mean. Grr...

I likes to dream stalk. Those sound like very cool and topical images!
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MaRaMa-Artz Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2008  Professional General Artist
I know the ability is important. It just gets annoying sometimes and I'm in no rush of using it yet. Because not only is a good genetic code important but the ability to make improvements to it as they grow it's even more. It can be a "faulty" code but if the parents are good ones the kid will turn out better than the person who gave that code. Genetic has mostly to do with the body and visual appearance, the brain need to be shaped as it grows and that's what I'm not ready to do yet.
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idolhands Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2008
Your wisdom constantly impresses me. You are very right. After all, in many ways I have genetic advantages (except that mish-mosh flaw) and it is more the stunting of my upbringing that holds me back.
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MaRaMa-Artz Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2008  Professional General Artist
Also, what about when the woman's genetic code is the defective one? Not all women deserve to be mothers while many men can be wonderful fathers. Best example I don't have to mention. Deffective mother, wonderful father. The son came out autistic and yet he's growing wonderfully thanks to the dad. All the woman did was give her half of the genetic code and the body to incubate the new life. Now it's all dad, if it was her alone who knows how that kid's life would be. Just watching them being so lovable. Father always asking for hugs and kisses and always giving them and the little kid randomly appearing from a corner, glomping, whispering "Papi, papi(daddy, daddy), I love you" then going back to his room to play, while the mother has to actually call him and tell him to get some love.

I've seen and known many good people grow from horrible parenting, very good people. So I don't believe in a code much. I don't care what my eyes can see in the person as a result of a code. I only care what my heart can see in a person as a result of something beyond that, well beyond that...
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idolhands Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2008
Your points are valid, but I'd still like to see women choose their mates better. Too often I meet those who cannot even stand the father of their own child, yet sire it they did and related they are forever.
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:iconadreamersimagination:
Come with me, and you'll be in a world of pure imagination. Take a look and you'll see into your imagination. It begins with a spin, traveling in a world of my creation. What you'll see will defy explanation.

:D
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idolhands Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2008
:dance: :boogie: :w00t:

And now... :tea:
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:iconadreamersimagination:
mmmm.... tea.
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Kittiebeth Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2008
This is really captivating, gets the imagination going. Good work :D
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idolhands Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2008
Arigato. It was tricky because of crowds, lighting and humble equipment but if rather than only submit these as photos -- I thought I'd offer them as photomanips for any who'd like to try their idle hands at it.

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Kittiebeth Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2008
Yes I can imagine, did you have it on a timer or did someone take the photo?
It's always nice to see what people can make out of your art ^^
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idolhands Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2008
I wish! Then I'd never have to explain myself or drag others into my shenanigans.

It was another who took these. With the crowds as they were, people probably wouldn't have had the patience for automatic timers either. Good heavens, in a world of starvation, every man, child and woman seemed to have a digital camera (except me). :blushes:
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Kittiebeth Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2008
Hmm yes, i find that to take a friend with you is very useful, you never know if you'll need somebody to take photos.
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idolhands Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2008
OMG, but do you want to know what happened? They got away from me (which this one has a habit of doing) and I had to draw attention to myself shouting for them and eventually a security guard thought I'd lost a child instead of a full grown person....nnggg...I was very embarrassed. The guard was very kind though and I finally did find my friend in an illogical place which for some reason they thought WAS logical.

It took me a good five minutes to quietly gain my composure. It was also tempting to take a few swigs from my flash but I did not. Hopefully we have things straight now and may I advice you that if you loose someone in a room, in a crowded exhibit, DO NOT return to the very beginning of the exhibit but make a better effort to find them in the room. Now...you've sort of seen me, how hard can I really be to loose?
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Kittiebeth Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2008
I always seem to lose friends or family when viewing exhibits or something like that, I seem to get lost in my own thoughts a lot. Though when I finally realize they are gone, I usually find them again by looking at something I recognise them for. Sometimes though they find me first, and I haven't noticed they were gone ^^;
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