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    Re: A winderful little "Freemium" for all

    Hi, Larry—

    It's a Freemium, not a free trial. That is, you can create and save to PNG, exactly as I did (I did not buy the program)...it's just that the commercial product, if you read the page,...
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    Re: MERRY CHRISTMAS everyone

    And to you and yours, Larry.

    —Those Boutons
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    A wonderful little "Freemium" for all

    I discovered something called Abstract Curves this past Summer. The demo is not really restricted so you can get finished art out of it; naturally, they'd like it if you bought it, but you can't do...
  4. Re: The Boutons have posted the 2020 Christmas music album

    There's an old Scottish saying, "There are no pockets in shrouds".

    An to be brutally honest, I think I have more years behind me than in front of me.

    So why not share?

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    Clever! Inventive! Original!

    THANK YOU for sharing, Ernie.

    Without people like you, TalkGraphics would be more dead than it already is!

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    16 days 'til...
  6. Re: The Boutons have posted the 2020 Christmas music album

    Bless you all.

    If anyone would like to post a hand-made card, do it here, by all means.

    Like when we collaborated on a tree design years ago.



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    And to you and friends and family, Gary.

    I'm still counting my blessing left over from Thanksgiving. SO much could have gone sideways with the valve replacement. I'm taking flights of stairs now...
  8. The Boutons have posted the 2020 Christmas music album

    Ho Ho Ho!

    It's time for "Christmas with The Boutons", album 8; critically acclaimed by everyone who criticize my work.

    We're moving on and up, away from the physical disk, and in the Spirit of...
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    Swooshes!

    If you're unfamiliar with whiskers, swooshes, and dividers, they are all display elements in typography, specifically script typography. I need to create a few lately, and thought I'd post 'em for...
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    Re: MORE Clipart!

    It was just very, very small, not invisible at all if you zoomed in on a 300" monitor.

    Fool Disclosure: I was trying to multi-task and the graphic got lost in the sauce.

    See now.

    -g
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    Re: MORE Clipart!

    I began creating a vector alphabet about two years ago, and then found something more interesting to do, such as arranging my sock drawer.


    I found the work and have decided to get back to it....
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    Re: Pantone colors and paint strokes

    Awww, shucks, t'weren't nuthin' (scuffs sneakers together, hangs head and blushes).

    Trivia about this short: the owner of the place actually had several franchises, lived in Florida (we shot here...
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    Re: Pantone colors and paint strokes

    I think the lighting, which is all LED, corrupted the true color of the green, Boy. It's more like billiard table felt green.

    But I DID experiment several years ago with green screen material, and...
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    Re: Pantone colors and paint strokes

    Oh, I agree. It was my way of giving our the paint strokes, if truth be known. Someone didn't understand what an EPS file is, a long time ago, so what I did was use P'shop to write it out as a...
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    Pantone colors and paint strokes

    I have very little idea why PANTONE skipped right past the year 2021, and went straight to Spring/Summer 2022.

    Whatever; Here are most of the colors in a XAR file.

    And as a little bonus, I...
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    Re: MORE Clipart!

    You're most welcome! I post finished compositions in online galleries, but this stuff is fun and polished, but not really suitable for a gallery, but here t share with friends, and perhaps a little...
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    MORE Clipart!

    Really? I thought that one at left was the clearest in its meaning: Run, as in "Run Program", "Run an installation".


    I guess otherwise!:(

    My ulterior motive fore posting icons and clipart and...
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    Re: Necessary icons to preserve one's sanity

    Then download the icon and see if these things will fit! :)


    I've been creating more icons for programs whose iconic symbol is a bit oblique.

    I'll post the results...my art but also the...
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    Necessary icons to preserve one's sanity

    I got a new machine, after my previous one was on life support, and I needed icons for programs to install, those that had already been installed, and programs that either won't run under Win 10, or...
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    Calling All Americans, and Americans at heart!

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    Abstrract Curves-free and fun

    It's a "Freemium"—Abstract Curves has an incomplete set of presets compared to the retail version—but other than that, you can make your own original designs if you just fuss with it, or understand a...
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    Re: A farewell to a Design Giant: Milton Glaser

    Indeed. Manhattan was steeped in "The Giants" that I witnessed only at the tail end of the "Madmen" era.

    Seymour Chwast, Dick Hess, Herb Lubalin...everything from New York magazine, to Screaming...
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    A farewell to a Design Giant: Milton Glaser

    Milton Glaser passed away this past weekend at the too-early age of 90. He'd been in dialysis while the COVID-19 virus tre through Manhattan—his workplace and home, and he reflected in an interview...
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    Re: My Low-poly Pink Panther AND a tutorial!

    Well, I dozed off in the early 1800s, so I might have missed the fad. That and Hula Hoops and making your brother drink something you made using your Gilbert Li'l Chemist kit.

    NEAT game! CSS and...
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    Re: My Low-poly Pink Panther AND a tutorial!

    Yes, different variations. I have a collection—that is, I never scramble them—of art pieces, famous ones by Picasso, Renoir, Miro.

    They might have been the precursor of the Rubik's Cube, no?


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