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    Boozy's subliminal Disney commerce.
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    Default Tree Of Little Sex

    Here be facial manifestations of a condition of self pity
    The writing on the tree reads, "Shag Me Not".



    Top of the morning to ye,
    Boozy
    ......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.

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    In-tree-guing!
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    tree-mendous...

    -r
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    Default Narwal Day.

    Here's another, the colors of which go very nicely with that preceding.
    A double post no-less.



    Here's to sky swimming I say.
    Your etc ,
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    Metin and Rasmus, droll Dendrological punning Gentlemen. I like it!!:-)
    ......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.

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    I really like the distinctiveness of your style. I wouldn't know an artist I could compare you with, which is absolutely meant as a compliment.
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    Default Duck a l'Orange

    Thanks Metin and good morning to you Sir.

    I found this little jpeg of a piece created from way back when i.e uploaded to this very forum on a 56k modem many moons ago.



    I'm guessing it was done in ZBrush2 but maybe V1 I cannot rightly remember.
    As I do remember it was one of the first pieces where I knuckled down and created something a little more finished. It ended up being printed in a Japanese design magazine.

    It's been lovely to find this picture because I can remember being really excited that I could use material settings to look like watercolor paper surfaces. I'm guessing looking at it now there's also gradient tints with a drag-rectangle stroke , drop shadow tricks , the ducks I guess were planar mapped on to a mesh created from an alpha. What I can see is the essence of my work beginning in this little jpeg.

    Just like the ducks I keep coming back to the beginning it seems.
    ......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.

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    Love it. It's more colorful than your newer work, but already original and distinctive.

    And a good morning back to you and the other readers.
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    I actually still remember when you first posted Duck a l'Orange. I couldn't tell you anymore which version it was either. 1.55b, maybe?

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    Duck a l'orange , love it my friend .
    It reminds me of the old carnival games
    where you shoot the ducks as they go
    around .
    great mix of imagery .

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    Metin many thanks , the colors were indeed more saturated back then tis true.
    Over the recent years the flickering light of coastal Scotland has definitely influenced my palette.

    Creating scenes from lit forms that seem painted with a soul eye and less a material eye interests me as does texturing with light as opposed to material surface. The color becoming more a tint to that I guess.

    Many thanks Aurick , you've been a rock these years.
    Yeah v1.55b , I still get dewy eyed . It changed my life.

    Pygmalion , lovely to see you again Sir and delighted to read in your thread that you feel inspired. May the Divine Muses stroke the hair from your eye, guide your hands and feed you candy-cotton strands for every duck you hit.

    Yours etc,
    Boozy
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    Default Psycho Mole Dance Troupe

    Moles that can dig it to classic 60's Soul are my kind of moles.
    ZBrush 2.5D.



    Thanks for peeping,

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    Your works of art are ideal for the enjoyment of good music!
    My mind can dip into your pictorial worlds. That's so awesome!

    (I thought of Neil Diamonds "Beautiful Noise" immediately.)

    Wonderful!

    Ciao,
    TM
    "If everyone is thinking alike, then no one is thinking." Benjamin Franklin

    "Whithout music, life would be a mistake." Friedrich Nietzsche


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    Thank you Ronald,
    I trust my deep anatomical research of Moles also came through in this piece :-)

    As my memory serves me correctly it was one tool to create all the peculiar geometry , a snake brush to shatter it and a clone brush to krenkymalenky it, whatever krenkymalenky is?!! :-)

    Usually when the world looks as it does in this picture One is intoxicated, bedazzled and seconds away from unconsciousness.
    ......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.

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    I have blown up some geometry on import to zbrush ,and achieved that krenkymalenky look, but I never quite managed to
    make something beautiful out of it .
    once again your creativity gives us all a treat .
    Ps I believe the moles in my back yard groove to Otis Redding .

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