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Old 02-05-2015, 08:26 AM   #31081
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Marty try spray cans, check this guy out, I'll post the results in a minute. He was on the street in Waikiki, HI.
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Old 02-05-2015, 08:32 AM   #31082
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The results. Well sorry, I see the 20 sec video did not load but you can see what he started with and if you zoom in on pic see the remarkable results. All done with spray cans and smeared with crunched up paper or kitchen utensils.
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Old 02-05-2015, 08:48 AM   #31083
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Disagree.... It is going to take a lot to get the sky right..... Maybe several tries.... Skues are really really hard.
Dont spend the time on the bottom until you get the sky you like...... The bottom will be slow, but a cakewalk.....

Nice waxy buildup for sure....... They actually make that stuff pre done now, just carve it back.... Scratchboards,
I still dont like it......

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Would an artist attempt to duplicate or replicate it - or just imitate it or draw from its influences. Or is art just photography with a brush or other medium. I took a class in college - Self as a Work of Art. Visiting Harvard Art Historian. We read several books from different periods of history, poetry and short stories or passages - listened to music and viewed the art from the same periods.

The final exam was aural and visual - placing people - their attire and activities - the music and the written word in their peridod and of course short answer writing on the compare contrast order.

The concept of art for and from the ages was explored and how the people and times were influenced by and represented in life and art. Within the periods the status quo - challenged by the young - the old masters documenting the day at the races - or docks or fox hunt or the rotund beauties of the day.

It was really quite interesting. It was one of those classes that subtlety tore away at the one dimensionality of a young life and opened up the layers of complexity and uniqueness of each of us. Or as my father would say - destroyed young minds and ruined society and mocked social norms. Kids today... I tell ya. I loved it.

One the authors was a Dandy - Quinton Crisp - How to Have a Life Style and How to Become a Virgin. And the role of the dandy in history.

A couple Crisp quotes to ponder...

It's no good running a pig farm badly for 30 years while saying, 'Really, I was meant to be a ballet dancer.' By then, pigs will be your style.

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Old 02-05-2015, 08:53 AM   #31084
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Jeff and Marcia Dutcher, we are missing you this year! Maybe there will yet be a chance to meet up in AZ.
And we will sooooo miss your Durge and dancing prowess in Hot Springs.
Happy trails, dear friends!
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Old 02-05-2015, 08:56 AM   #31085
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And we will sooooo miss your Durge and dancing prowess in Hot Springs.
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Would an artist attempt to duplicate or replicate it - or just imitate it or draw from its influences. Or is art just photography with a brush or other medium. I took a class in college - Self as a Work of Art. Visiting Harvard Art Historian. We read several books from different periods of history, poetry and short stories or passages - listened to music and viewed the art from the same periods.

The final exam was aural and visual - placing people - their attire and activities - the music and the written word in their peridod and of course short answer writing on the compare contrast order.

The concept of art for and from the ages was explored and how the people and times were influenced by and represented in life and art. Within the periods the status quo - challenged by the young - the old masters documenting the day at the races - or docks or fox hunt or the rotund beauties of the day.

It was really quite interesting. It was one of those classes that subtlety tore away at the one dimensionality of a young life and opened up the layers of complexity and uniqueness of each of us. Or as my father would say - destroyed young minds and ruined society and mocked social norms. Kids today... I tell ya. I loved it.

One the authors was a Dandy - Quinton Crisp - How to Have a Life Style and How to Become a Virgin. And the role of the dandy in history.

A couple Crisp quotes to ponder...

It's no good running a pig farm badly for 30 years while saying, 'Really, I was meant to be a ballet dancer.' By then, pigs will be your style.

Life was a funny thing that happened to me on the way to the grave.
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Diane toftSFM#64....... (The Original Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant) and is retired, duh!
Never!

Or, My work here is done..

That certainly wasn't the ponder response I expected. The ponder - what is art has been discussed throughout time. And you are indeed an artist. Maybe it's too early to ponder such a ponder. But in no way was I suggesting that.
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Would an artist attempt to duplicate or replicate it - or just imitate it or draw from its influences. Or is art just photography with a brush or other medium. I took a class in college - Self as a Work of Art. Visiting Harvard Art Historian. We read several books from different periods of history, poetry and short stories or passages - listened to music and viewed the art from the same periods.

The final exam was aural and visual - placing people - their attire and activities - the music and the written word in their peridod and of course short answer writing on the compare contrast order.

The concept of art for and from the ages was explored and how the people and times were influenced by and represented in life and art. Within the periods the status quo - challenged by the young - the old masters documenting the day at the races - or docks or fox hunt or the rotund beauties of the day.

It was really quite interesting. It was one of those classes that subtlety tore away at the one dimensionality of a young life and opened up the layers of complexity and uniqueness of each of us. Or as my father would say - destroyed young minds and ruined society and mocked social norms. Kids today... I tell ya. I loved it.

One the authors was a Dandy - Quinton Crisp - How to Have a Life Style and How to Become a Virgin. And the role of the dandy in history.

A couple Crisp quotes to ponder...

It's no good running a pig farm badly for 30 years while saying, 'Really, I was meant to be a ballet dancer.' By then, pigs will be your style.

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I always wondered what kind of person stayed awake during those classes, thanks Steve, now I know! LOL
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I always wondered what kind of person stayed awake during those classes, thanks Steve, now I know! LOL
Muti-dimensional - open minded mutants from the rainbow of course. Also it was a night class. Might have been an adult beverage consumed after class with the prof.. she was an extremely Havad and worldly intelligent. One of those folks who had been more places and seen more art and such before starting college than many see in a lifetime.
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Good Morning everyone. I have been following this thread for sometime now and would very much like to join in the festivities. Why did it take so long? I don't know,, but my DW asked that once when it took me 5 years to ask her to be my wife. A bit slow I guess, but I get there. It's the journey...not the destination!


Yes, we do believe, in so many ways, that the journey is our destination. We are always looking forward to what that will bring. Each sunrise is a blessing and we travel through the day, giving thanks after sunset for reaching that destination....whatever and wherever that may be.
This is our first motor home so there were so many things we don't or didn't know we could have. ALL OF WHICH we really don't miss. We have the basics...which have proven to be all we really ever needed (and never realized it).
The one thing we both miss is our king size bed. I'm pretty much a flopper all night, so having that extra room for the DW is really missed in our queen bed!
Thanks in advance.
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Old 02-05-2015, 09:46 AM   #31092
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Good Morning everyone. I have been following this thread for sometime now and would very much like to join in the festivities. Why did it take so long? I don't know,, but my DW asked that once when it took me 5 years to ask her to be my wife. A bit slow I guess, but I get there. It's the journey...not the destination!


Yes, we do believe, in so many ways, that the journey is our destination. We are always looking forward to what that will bring. Each sunrise is a blessing and we travel through the day, giving thanks after sunset for reaching that destination....whatever and wherever that may be.
This is our first motor home so there were so many things we don't or didn't know we could have. ALL OF WHICH we really don't miss. We have the basics...which have proven to be all we really ever needed (and never realized it).
The one thing we both miss is our king size bed. I'm pretty much a flopper all night, so having that extra room for the DW is really missed in our queen bed!
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Welcome to the RVMdom and life on the rainbow Don and Dale - RVM106...

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You may have heard we are having a Grande Curiosity in Hot Springs AR in April. What better way to experience the RVMdom than to join us there as well.... you'll be welcomed with open kimono...

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Jay if you want strippers your on your own, if stripers are your game, I suggest a guide. End of story now that I have been corrected from Canada, Kansas and Texas! Geeez you might think this posting thing is a new technology here in AR!
Aw Tim, everyone knows you talk and write "Arkie" style.

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Good Morning everyone. I have been following this thread for sometime now and would very much like to join in the festivities. Why did it take so long? I don't know,, but my DW asked that once when it took me 5 years to ask her to be my wife. A bit slow I guess, but I get there. It's the journey...not the destination!

Yes, we do believe, in so many ways, that the journey is our destination. We are always looking forward to what that will bring. Each sunrise is a blessing and we travel through the day, giving thanks after sunset for reaching that destination....whatever and wherever that may be.
This is our first motor home so there were so many things we don't or didn't know we could have. ALL OF WHICH we really don't miss. We have the basics...which have proven to be all we really ever needed (and never realized it).
The one thing we both miss is our king size bed. I'm pretty much a flopper all night, so having that extra room for the DW is really missed in our queen bed!
Thanks in advance.
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