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RedBeard

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  1. I've recently discovered this great band called Steam Powered Giraffe. They're very eclectic, and their shtick is just great fun. This is one of my very favorite songs from them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojYK6CW8gdw
  2. Awesome tut, as usual, Yellowman. Here's my attempt. http://i218.photobucket.com/albums/cc182/1stBass/stonetext_zpsab2e3327.png
  3. Very nice. http://i218.photobucket.com/albums/cc182/1stBass/lovelettersinthesand_zpsa15b4505.png
  4. Man! I go off the forums for a couple months and come back to find all this fantastic new talent! Really digging your work, ScifiGirl. In addition to having a great tool at your disposal, you also have the imagination required to make awesome works. I look forward to seeing what else you come up with.
  5. Processed foods are also cheaper, which is a major selling point in this economy. It's sad that saving money takes precedence over good health, but that's the way it is for a lot of us.
  6. It's possible that I've posted this video before, but I'm not scrolling through nearly 150 pages to see, so forgive me if this is a repeat. I'm really digging the video and the song. It appeals to my affinity for all things Steampunk. There's also this one. Very sexy tune.
  7. Barbie, you never cease to amaze! Some very strong recent works. And as always, your gold and jewelry work is second to none. Midnight Oasis - Awesome. Monochromatic in the best sense of the word. It's amazing what one can accomplish using multiple values of one color. Speaking of colors, here's a video by Blender Guru about color theory. Pretty informative. Who Is To Save Me - A little disconcerting. Very effective. Curtain Call - I'm loving it! It would be a great backdrop for something dramatic.
  8. I know I'm a little late to this party, but I just have to say how awesome your work is, Helen! I'm loving the new pieces. I have to echo what Welsh said: your work never gets old!
  9. Pretty sweet gallery you've got going here. As a Star Trek fan, I'm really digging the Romulan Warbird. Keep 'em coming, MR!
  10. I'm sorry to hear about your son, BoltBait. You're just never quite ready to hear news like that. I've had my finger pricked a few times when I was donating plasma, and it's never pleasant. Here's hoping for a swift adjustment for you all. Welsh, that is a little disturbing. How old is your son?
  11. Thanks, Helen. It was a lot of fun to make, even if it wasn't really all that difficult. It was kind of nice to finally make something again. I got discouraged and kind of gave up for a while after my external hard drive failed and I lost ALL of my files (including all of my PDN and Blender files). EVERYTHING is gone. That's what I get for putting my faith in technology and not making a backup of everything. Oh, well, you live and learn.
  12. Merry Christmas, Helen! Love the new image. Colorful, cheerful and a perfect example of why you are the Queen of Shiny things.
  13. FINALLY! Something new for my gallery. Just a little Christmas humor for your enjoyment. http://i218.photobucket.com/albums/cc182/1stBass/santaclauswantedposter_zps72e1aa43.png
  14. Been a while since I've posted anything here. Kemaru, I agree, it does feel good to actually draw a picture with one's hands once in a while, even though I haven't done that in what seems like ages. Rant: After witnessing the sheer market saturation of that silly Duck Dynasty, I can't help but wonder if George Lucas isn't behind their marketing campaign.
  15. If a man speaks in the woods and there is no woman around to hear him, is he still wrong?

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      YES BABY HE IS :-)

  16. PDN is a great tool, but it's nothing without imagination. And your imagination is freakin' awesome! You've got a great gallery here and I look forward to seeing more.
  17. Man! What great additions to your gallery, Dug! My Maudlin Career-Dark and disturbing, as any great art usually is. The Corner-As Sasha said, there's a lot going on there, but in a good way. Although you usually throw in a lot of imagery, your pieces never seem cluttered. Going Down-Like Barbieq, I'm not entirely sure what to make of it. But then again, maybe that's the point? All in all, these are great additions to an increasingly strong body of work.
  18. Anyone seen this kid? His name is Avery Molek. Six years old and playing Van Halen's "Hot For Teacher" like it's nothing!
  19. I suppose I would have known that had I read through the comments. At any rate, the blending is well done and the overall composition leaves nothing to be desired.
  20. One of my favorite songs from the Scorpions, from what I believe to be one of their finest albums. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBxiMYvLHzY
  21. I could have sworn I had commented on your gallery before, but apparently, I was mistaken. Well, it's time to remedy that. You've got some very strong works here, Drew. I've been away from the forums for a while, so I'm a little unfamiliar with this ClipWarp thing (is that a plugin?), but I'm digging the results I'm seeing and you seem to make judicious use of it. I look forward to seeing more from you.
  22. Thank you, DrewDale! My gallery has been pushed down a few pages because I haven't updated in quite a while, so it's no surprise you missed it. I appreciate you stopping by, though.
  23. My apologies to BoltBait, David.Atwell, Crazy Man Dan, Myrddin and Ash. I certainly did not mean to omit you guys from my list of thanks.
  24. Thanks, Daniels. I'm particularly proud of that one. After coloring RoboCop and Iron Man, it's very apparent to me why comic book publishers have entire teams dedicated solely to coloring.
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