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Sword Pack1 DelightfulStock by DelightfulStock Sword Pack1 DelightfulStock by DelightfulStock
Please note me and include credit in your artist's comments if you use :D

~TheSymbiote requested some chick with sword shots in modern clothing and i thought i would just do a whole series while i was at it. My dad brought me one of his WWII era Samurai swords at Christmas so i could borrow it for stock. :)

Model: Des
Photographer: Des

Disclaimers:
1. I know *nothing* about sword-fighting so please don't ream me for my inexpert and silly poses.
2. I like my curves so please don't post comments about how fat or ugly or stupid i am for posting these photos.
3. I apologize for the weird lighting. I need to figure out how to adjust my lighting setup for the light backdrop.

Pack contains only the 5 photos pictured above.
As always, the full-size photos are not cropped in any way. Any missing bits that you see (covered up by the other photos in the preview image for example) are completely in tact in the photos themselves.

Stock Pack Explanation: The image you see here is a preview image of all the stock photos enclosed within the stock pack. In order to obtain all of the images and see them full size you must download the entire pack (use the download button just below the preview image on DA). These files are not in their original JPEG form; they are compressed into .zip files. In order to "extract" them and view them fullsize as JPEGs (and save them to your computer as JPEGs) you must use a zip program (like WinZip or StuffIt). You will use this program to open the pack and extract the files from the pack (when you click the stock pack icon your zip program will open, showing all the files contained within the pack [still in zip format]; then you will click extract and choose a folder to put the extracted files in; thereafter you will see the files appear individually in the folder; when you click on each file icon individually your zip program will open them as JPEGs; then you click on them inside your zip program and they will open in your image preview program [from here you can hit the save button and save them as JPEGs]). Once you have the files saved to your computer as JPEGs you may use them for your photomanipulating pleasure!
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wegs Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2010
Hallo! I used these as reference in this picture: [link]

Thanks for the excellent photos! :)
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edilfire Featured By Owner May 4, 2007   Photographer
hmm i respect your work and ive seen some of you rother stock and your quite good, but i dont know something just doesnt look right, sory i cant be mor specific and really sory if im to critical.
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DelightfulStock Featured By Owner May 5, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:giggle: It's okay - i agree with you about this pack. That's why i placed that little disclaimer in the description stating that i have no idea how to weild a sword. I think a lot of these photos look like i'm using a baseball bat (i played softball in high school and that may just be one of my default poses) so that may be what is bothering you :nod: :)
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TheSymbiote Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks very much!
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o0kittie0o Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Anyone bashing you for your curves needs a smack in the head - badly!
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DelightfulStock Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
And i would love to give them one with the hilt of my sword :katana: :giggle:
Thank you dear :hug:
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JohnRaptor Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2007
I LOVE the poses. They are very dramatic and would be great for comic book work (which I do).
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DelightfulStock Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awesome! It's great to know that they're not too ridiculous to be useful :nod: I :heart: comic book art (i originally learned to draw from emulating it) so i would love to see you do some work based on these :nod:
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cookiekitty-stock Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2007
OMG! She has a sword! Run for the hills!! :sprint:
You look deadly with that thing :D ^_^
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DelightfulStock Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:katana: + :mwahaha: = :dead:

I keeeeel you!!!!!!
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