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A Phonebooth Darker
By kecen   |   Watch
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Published: March 16, 2008
"Beware the douraga under the floor
That click and clack the phonebooth door!

What wretched claws that lengthen so
To reach the transceiver with their toes!

The bloodred shell into they yell
The most profane of rhymes...."

Acrylic painting over previous oil.
Image size
1043x832px 145.18 KB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
SONY
Model
DSC-W100
Shutter Speed
10/1600 second
Aperture
F/10.0
Focal Length
24 mm
ISO Speed
125
Date Taken
Mar 11, 2008, 5:05:41 PM
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Koyukionna's avatar
Koyukionna| Artisan Crafter
That is well creepy. I will beware. :>
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kecen's avatar
The alternate title for this is "Communication Breakdown" :]
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kryz-flavored's avatar
that is so cool...
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LaMeep's avatar
Eyebrow-raisingly awesome. How big is this?
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kecen's avatar
I think it's a little longer than a foot (That's 30-40 centimeters in metric).
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LaMeep's avatar
America should switch to metric, don't you think? It wouild make everything so much easier.
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blue-but-beautiful|Professional General Artist
Very nice, really bold and energetic style here, love the poem that goes with the piece too. The white over the rest of the darker colours looks almost flourescent in comparison.
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kecen's avatar
The way I photographed helped the white spots :B

The sun was out when I took the photo.
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Y-eskii-lass's avatar
Oh my! That sort of looks like the dolphin skull I saw! I love the way the red oozes into the teeth, like lipstick on the smile of an unsuspecting person.
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kecen's avatar
The underpainting was red. The skull started out as a raven but when I added the neck bones, it started looking like a dolphin's.
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aratak's avatar
hah holy shit
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pockynin's avatar
Whoa...this looks very, very nice. I also like the poem accompanying it.
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kecen's avatar
Hehe, glad you liked it.
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