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Apostate

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I once asked Damian if he ever incorporated celebrities into his his manips. He said no, but I still wonder. In any case, Norman Bates would make for an interesting character in a crux story.
 

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Playing around with one of those "put your photos in a museum" sites.

I won’t make a habit of it. :rolleyes:
 

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phlebas

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Playing around with one of those "put your photos in a museum" sites.

I won’t make a habit of it. :rolleyes:
You know this is what the Art Gallery thread is for!
http://www.cruxforums.com/xf/threads/art-gallery.2660/

Some of mine and one produced by one of those sites you mentioned. I love this theme!
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Aha - that's a forgery!

The original hangs in the Great Hall at Cruxton Abbey. :D

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So he tells people, anyway :rolleyes:
But you must admit it suits that large canvas and fancy setting very well.

Thomas Eakins' gritty Christ Crucified, along with Montycrusto's incandescent emulation.:very_hot:
Very interesting connection there. Art inspires art.
 

Aedile

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Seconding the Andyman recommendation.

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Here’s an early Andyman with three unlucky women nailed facing their crosses. The discussion regarding whether women were condemned to crucifixion and, if so, the position in which they suffered their final hours is borderline incoherent. Much of the speculation regarding women and crosses is based on a few ambiguous sources, something someone said once, and (I suspect) sex-based biases and some dirty fantasies held by the speculator.

One of the statements I’ve run across a few times is that “women were crucified facing the cross.” One of the reasons I’ve seen given for this speculation (and the one that makes the least sense) is that “men couldn’t bear seeing women in that much pain.”

As Andyman has shown in his sketches, there’s plenty of agony to see even if the victim is nailed facing her cross.
 

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Have been browsing Madiosi's manips over on DeviantArt.

I like Madiosi's manips. ;):very_hot:
 

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