The second roll of cross processed film I just scanned was taken at about the same time as the first, back in June. However, instead of classic cars at Fuddruckers it mostly contained Jedi at Legoland.
Well to be honest storm troopers, droids, and even wookies are well represented too. They had just setup a bunch of new displays of Star Wars themed Lego scenes in their Miniland and I couldn’t resist taking some pictures with selective focus to keep the miniature feel.
As far as the photos go, this roll of Kodak E100G cross processed seems to me to have slightly more natural colors than the previous roll of E100GX. I see a trend here which is the films which are more saturated when processes normally (ex. E100VS) are also more saturated and have a greater color shift when cross processed.
Note that I am using the auto white level feature in my scanning software Vuescan which to some extent counters the cross processing effect. I think for most shots (especially with people) the raw or neutral color setting produces too wild a result, so I prefer reigning in the cross processing effect a bit.