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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerjo View Post
    Freaking hilarious!
    Agreed, thanks Walt.

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    Yeah, actually someone does care. Nice palette on that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sturgeon's Lawyer View Post
    Yeah, actually someone does care. Nice palette on that.
    Thanks! the painting is mainly ultramarine, cobalt, cerulean, titanium white and mars black, with exception to the equipment lights in the back. The first time I depicted the band I write about...
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    It's also the first time I ever painted Al Ghul (albeit with Madoc and no Rune)
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    I've always enjoyed this guys work.

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    Look for the Oberheim 8-voice for some synthesizerporn.

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    the twins from Sheets of Blue:



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    You did the second picture as well?
    I like that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    You did the second picture as well?
    I like that one.
    both are mine, but one was a color pencil on rock experiment. The black and white one is from a college project of illustrating Zodiac cards. I used Madoc and Dafydd for Gemini (although in the stories they are Scorpios). I tamed their hair a bit in the black and white one-the original piece makes their hair look like mullets. The rock image is the first time I depicted them with red hair.

    The other Zodiac cards included a wobbegong for Pisces, a female character who was used at the time in a story called Nessa for Virgo (she has a daffodil because she and the twins are Welsh characters), a Scottish Highland cattle for Taurus, a spilling urn for Aquarius, bow and arrow for Sagittarius, scales, of course, for Libra, a horseshoe crab for Cancer, goat head for Capricorn, a Lion head for Leo a strange looking scorpion for Scorpio and a Ram's head for Aries. Each card is an octagon with a square hole and the months and two positive and two negative characteristics written in Welsh.

    For the record, there are a total of six deaths in the short stories associated directly or indirectly to the twins:
    -In a flash fiction, a scout for an alien invasion of Earth is killed when Madoc, talking to his unnamed girlfriend (who in a writing I am working on now is identified as Dasha and who tricks Madoc into marrying her by over medicating him), puts his hand down and squashes the tiny extraterrestrial accidentally. He is even unaware he stopped an alien invasion, thinking he squashed a beetle.
    -The ex-husband of Dafydd's wife violates a restraining order to try to bribe Dafydd to leave her so he can remarry her. Madoc taunts Dafydd while the twins are in the small garden behind Dafydd's den during a storm and, using remote viewing and pyrokenesis, Dafydd kills the ex-husband in his house. The death is chalked up by fire examiners as an overloaded electrical socket.
    -In a short fiction, three members of a Mexican gang (the twins live in the fictitious town of Forsberg in NJ-created because I did not want to memorize maps of actual places) dare a fourth member to break into a spooky house inhabited by a mysterious man (Madoc) and bring out something to show their friends that they were in the house. The one who breaks in finds Madoc in a recliner out cold from the medicine he takes for migraines and hallucinations, but the gang member thinks he's dead. He decides to grab Madoc's pills and an ancient statuette someone lent to Madoc in order to translate the strange symbols on it. As they leave, the gang members decode not to let anyone know of the "death" until after they return and ransack the place so any family cannot get the valuables, if any. They become aware something is hunting them and they are killed by a demon that the statuette is an effigy of. Police find Madoc's medication on one of the mangled bodies, which leads to rumors Madoc was involved, even though police quickly rule him out.
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    This invention incorporates a game with relieving yourself. This is'Guitar Pee' and it allows users to play some jamming tunes by peeing on the 'strings.' The strings' have sensors in them, with each of them playing a different note through a connected speaker. These urinals can be found in bars in Brazil.This toilet is obviously not for women, unless you're a woman who likes to pee standing up.


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    My new painting, "American Decay" , this was done with ink, but it's still a painting!! Make of it what you will.

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    Nice work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superfly View Post
    My new painting, "American Decay" , this was done with ink, but it's still a painting!! Make of it what you will.

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    Very nice! Love the movement
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    "Time is an Asterisk"

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    "Alienated-so alien I go!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    one more caveat:
    if the prize has a sports logo or a trademarked character, it might be a counterfeit....which is illegal...

    had a friend argue with a county fair guy over the machine bb gun game. I did not know about how they cheated, but it is two fold-it's not just the loss of tension, but by making it "automatic", it makes it incredibly less accurate. My dad was a rifle expert in the military. a guy with an automatic challenged him on who would have the most bullets in the target. my dad fired less shots of cpurse with his rifle, but all of his shots hit the target. the automatic had one despite throwing a lot of shots at the target.
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    ^^^

    hard to believe that was in 1957
    my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from drug-addicts to complete nutcases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trane View Post
    ^^^

    hard to believe that was in 1957
    And still it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Blackwings View Post
    not that anyone will care...
    I've only just noticed this, I think it's very cool!

    Also like the Tarja/Floor 'duet'. I wonder if Anette would ever be included in something like that...
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    You may enjoy this vaporwave album made using old tapes played at K-Mart stores, with music and sale announcements. But it's all edited, slowed down, and made lo-fi for maximum depression and bliss.

    http://lost-angles.com/album/kmart-1989-1992

    Here's a descriptinve review:

    https://vapourban.com/2016/12/album-...%E2%80%8B1992/
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    Here's a new album cover I'm working on for Holy Filth. The album is called Defenders of the Realm. Still a work in progress.

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