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    Default Re: Your Secret is Safe :)

    I don't mind at all, and will come here often to marvel and be inspired.
    Mark Beckemeyer AKA (buckobeck)
    Amateur artist and hobbyist macro photographer. I like bugs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckobeck View Post
    I don't mind at all, and will come here often to marvel and be inspired.
    I hope you mean TalkGraphics, and not my thread here, Mark! :)

    I did this when I was researching an unregistered name for a video effects company. The name is taken for COM, ORG, UK, and about five other top-level domains, sad to say!

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    My Best,

    Gary

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    Of course Gary, however you would like to take it sir.
    Mark Beckemeyer AKA (buckobeck)
    Amateur artist and hobbyist macro photographer. I like bugs.
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    Ha! Ya got me! Thanks for that, Mark!

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    Gary

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    As most things in life, we only view it in mirrors. Good one, Gary.

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    Thanks for that, Graham.

    In the spare time I don't have, I want to animate the lava lamp (character) like Pindar has done with a Luxo™ lamp, stomping around their logo.

    My Best,

    Gary


    I did not sculpt the lobster (I bought it at TurboSquid), but I did animate it a while ago to play guitar, something only the most expensive of lobsters—boiled, mind you—can do.

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    That's great Gary! I love it.
    Mark Beckemeyer AKA (buckobeck)
    Amateur artist and hobbyist macro photographer. I like bugs.
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    Thank you, Mark!

    I did the fx as connective tissue for live band footage about seven/eight years ago, and it was the first "full length" piece I'd ever done using animation software and After Effects. Talk about "nervous", letting it be posted on YouTube!

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    Gary

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    I'll bet that was nerve racking Gary. I checked it out on Youtube and it was all thumbs up, none turned down. It amazes me how proficient you are in so many different areas of the graphic arts, you have very impressive background.
    Mark Beckemeyer AKA (buckobeck)
    Amateur artist and hobbyist macro photographer. I like bugs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckobeck View Post
    I'll bet that was nerve racking Gary. I checked it out on Youtube and it was all thumbs up, none turned down. It amazes me how proficient you are in so many different areas of the graphic arts, you have very impressive background.
    It was for an Australian pub band if that wasn't clear (it probably wasn't!), and when you put something up on YouTube, the entire world sees it, hence my reluctance/nervousness!

    Proficient in graphics, yeah. I'm compensated by being completely ignorant of home furnaces, refrigeration of any kind, cooking outside of pressing settings on a microwave, and forget cars. I drive them...why should I need to know anything else, like where the oil is?



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