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Steel Odins Eyes 9-27-12 23 by skydancer-stock Steel Odins Eyes 9-27-12 23 by skydancer-stock
Odin's Eyes Model Mayhem Profile [link]
Please do not use for work that disrespects or exploits people or animals. Dark Art is acceptable, just try to be artful about it. Lots of gore and body parts is not art unless your name is Frazetta. You may use this stock for creating prints assuming you actually put some work into it and do not just run it thru a filter or apply a few effects. I do not care where you sell or post your art as long as you show me the work. IF you are going to use it commercially other than your own prints, ie a bookcover, cd cover, sell the art to a greeting card company, then you must contact me first with your proposal. In most cases I will approve the project and will be willing to fill out a release which most publishers require anyway.

Art Reference, Figure Studies, Stock. May not be used for Gore, or Sexual images. We support the use of our work by the art student, the traditional artist, for studies, sketch work, developing skills and anatomical studies. Fantasy in the vein of Frazetta, Vallejo, and so on is fine.

Use of these images in your work gives the model and my studio the right to include your work in our personal portfolio as examples of work done from our stock and modeling.

All rights reserved 2012 Dragon's Chyld Studio and Marion Z. Skydancer
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Psiberdragon Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I am such a geek...

I want to see this from the back as well... so I can get a better look at the chainmail...
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skydancer-stock Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012  Professional Photographer
No shots from the back, time and light was limited.
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djeck Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012
Soooo ridiculous ... You try to create an "atmosphere" of warrior etc... but the bathroom scales on the right is just killing it !!!
Try to mec your composition better ...
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skydancer-stock Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012  Professional Photographer
Look up the meaning of the word "stock"
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djeck Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012
Look up the meaning of the word "art" (as written on this website URL...).
Btw, even if this picture has been shot just for "stock" purpose, removing the scales would have been nice ... don't you think so ?
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skydancer-stock Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012  Professional Photographer
No, I do not. Stock is not meant to be "art", get over it.
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Furr Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012
If it's such a big issue, you might as well have removed all inventory from the location, or better yet, just went outside to find a good location for a a picture like that.

It's a stock photo, there's thousands like this, where random stuff is still in the frame, but it's unimportant clutter that'll be edited out anyway, as that's usually the purpose of stock photos.
Either that, or someone will use the picture as reference for a drawing or digital model or whatever.
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