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The Agony Component.

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admihoek

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Helmut emailed me that I've reposted several pics. I've not yet received any summons from the Crux Police.

;-)

But I'll keep a better eye on what I post.

BTW, Connie, Innocent on the Cross is one of my favorites too. It dates back to the dawn of Crux art, over ten years old.
crux police? have we?:confused:
post all even twice is no problemfor most os us;)
 

apostate630

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Re Makar, the pious altar boy within who never wholly died thinks

Requiem aeternam dona ei , Domine, et lux perpetua luceat ei. Requiescat in pace. Amen.
 

apostate630

Administrator
Galya was one of Makar's earliest models. I fell in f-word love with her. But Makar reported that she was really, really difficult to work with.

*sigh*

She did provide inspiration for Damian in his Crucifictions series.

Mind you now, at this time Makar's studio was essentially a closet.
 

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apostate630

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Recently I started a thread that had a link and images from a site that was posting pirated images from CruxDreams. LOTS of them, it turned out. Melissa pointed this out. Thanks, dear lady.

I've permanently deleted that thread, but some non-Makar images deserve to be re-posted. And the Agony Component is a perfect place.

Here they are. From the artist Fltavant, manips that are variations on Damian's Crucifiction manips.
 

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clout

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julia from glamur crucifiction shows a lot of misery and the pain of limited breathing that is part of crucifiction. i dont need to mention her beauty, do i? is she russian?
 

admihoek

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julia from glamur crucifiction shows a lot of misery and the pain of limited breathing that is part of crucifiction. i dont need to mention her beauty, do i? is she russian?
of course like Makar always said:D
 
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