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    Default Great interview

    It is always a pleasure to see new work from Mr. Bannerman, miles away from the usual monsters and aliens that populates ZBC...
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    Mark,



    Wonderful to glean your twisted insight into art/life through this interview.



    I will say that it was your favorite piece (and mine) that got me interested in Zbrush.
    In looking back at my first posts (where I bugged that crap out of Aurick) I was trying to learn how you did the building for the school.


    Congratulations on your success, and thank you for your inspiration.



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    When I first found this site, I recall thinking; why is all of this art so dark. Where are the light, airy pieces. (Right now I'm wondering why my cursor is the same color as the background and how do I figure out where it is?) When I first found one of your works, I immediately called my Wife over, who has no regard for the monsters, trolls and other insanity I love here, and she too loved it. I knew then I'd been blessed to see something truly special.

    The beginning of the article hits the nail on the head, in that from the thumbnail I always know the work is yours. Thank you so much for sharing with us and I hope to see many more of your delightful images.

    If I had one question it would be; Where can one acquire prints of your work?
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    Wonderful stuff, my favourite interview so far. I would love to see your work in a gallery printed big (in Edinburgh if you haven't decided where yet ) I think its the perfect style to show how 'real' digital art is.
    Sav

    Edit - I forgot to say - female identity, hilarious! Whenever the red tape of life needs to be unravelled I sign my wife's name and it always, but always gets sorted immediately...
    Last edited by Sav; 05-16-08 at 01:53 AM.

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    Beutiful history....my friend!

    you are always a pleasure feeling and inspirational force for my impossible task!!!

    Andreseloy

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    Fantastic work, and interesting interview. Thanks for sharing!

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    Default Thanks!

    One of life's occasional little pleasures is to fire up the computer of a morning and see you have posted something new! Its always a joy to spend some time completely absorbed by one of your beautiful pictures.

    Many thanks!

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    [QUOTE=jantim] ..i alway's thought he was a sort of reclusive alcoholic hermit living on an island as lighthouse keeper part-time artist !

    I know a man with a big hat, he says he is an artist. I've never seen his 'art'.
    I've seen real art from people without a name or a hat.

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    good to see youre getting the recognition you deserve

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    Like so many others here your work can really make my day. I'm always skimming this site looking for art without monsters or old people, and there are only a few artists that can deliver outside that idiom. You are the best amongst them. Your art is what I would like to be able to create everytime I fire up ZB....but I never get close (although I'll keep on trying). You have a wonderful gift, use it wisely.

    Thanks for your art.
    2B

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    Rock on Flooze.
    Long dead links removed...

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    Hi, Mark, I don't get by the forum much, but had to say how much I enjoy your threads, pictures and website. Yours is a singularly imaginative style, simple in design yet delicately modeled. And with a good 'Wierd Factor'. Keep sharing your imaginings with the World. Rich.

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    Friday May 30, approximately 9:00pm.
    Your image is the last on the right, top row.
    The next top row image will remove it.
    Will miss it!!!!

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    I realy hope you will be a 'featured' USER soon.... like the other 'nuts' who are waiting for the f@#@# upgrade.

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