Did this for a final in my intermediate B&W photog class... We had to use three different "processes." I chose 3200 speed film (emphasizing grain was considered a process. *shrug*), split toning sepia/selenium, and distressing the negatives. Kinda like this fella! http://www.emilschildt.com/KILL.htm Except I'm a noob and he scratches large format film so it's easier to work with heh. This might be a bit too artsy for some of your tastes. Heck, it's almost too artsy for myself, considering I'm not a very artsy person. Oh, and I took pics of the prints on a copy stand, since I don't have a scanner. I shot it RAW and tried to adjust the image slightly in Lightroom to make it look as close to the print as I could. I probably sucked it up though. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 About the last three images... I'm only going to use one of the spiders. Which one is the best, or goes the best with the other 4 images? I prefer the first spider. Thoughts?