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eon was given special permission to be let out of his cage for the annual meeting. However there was not enough time to procure a cassock for him, so he went in his prison garb. But there was a certain holographic woman who was not pleased to hear of his release. What kind of havoc would he cause THIS time? How are we supposed to keep him in line? Where are we supposed to hide all the nuns? These were just some of Kates' concerns. But she found a solutuion in hand-cuffing the burly man to a nearby pole. "There," she spoke as she dangled the keys in front of Leon's face, "Now things are as they should be."
Both Kate and I are guilty for the ideas spawning this...but mostly her. She wanted a photo of her dangling the key out of reach while I was handcuffed to something. I wanted to see if I could be handcuffed to the pole. In the end we got this photo and I LOVE it. As a follow-up, two other things happened as a result of this set-up. I almost kicked the key down a drain...and those cuffs don't have a safety-release. And I spent the next 5 minutes un-cuffing myself since I insisted I could do it on my own...AND I DID.
The thing being Kate is supposed to be a hologram (how she can hold anything is beyond me...but she can apparently mix tea so it's possible). So when looking at the photo I just HAD to edit it to make her all hologram-y. It was a lot of fun and I'm very pleased with the result.
Leon and editing: me
kimu posted on 10-09-2010 at 01:21 PM:
I LOVE what you did with this photo! Nice work on the hologram effect.
And it shows that a casual version of a costume can be as much fun as a formal one, if you cosplay it well!
As for the photo op, this one will live on in the legends from our Trinity Blood gatherings.... ;P
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