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  1. #101
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    Default Re: In remembrance of Syd Mead

    Good stuff as always, Gary. I used to play with Mr. Potato and Cootie as toys in the early 50's. I liked Cootie.

  2. #102
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    Default Calling All Americans, and Americans at heart!


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    Default The Comic Book that never waa

    I think I've kicked around the comic book cover for about a decade; and I was never happy with it. After a change of headlines—it's a Xara Extrude—and some visual context in the form of a free photo online, I'm ready for Prim time, I guess...


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  4. #104
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    Default Re: The Comic Book that never waa

    A bargain at ten cents, Gare. Sometimes I would like to go back to those simpler times. Nice job on the comic and background.

  5. #105
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    Default Re: The Comic Book that never waa

    When I was a kid comic books were always 10cents now I don't know the cost $1.00 or more I really don't know.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

    Never give up. You will never fail, but you may find a lot of ways that don't work.

  6. #106
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    Default Re: The Comic Book that never waa

    Try $4 Larry
    Keith
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    Default Re: The Comic Book that never waa

    $4 huh Keith, oh man that's ridiculous, but then the artist needs to make a living.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

    Never give up. You will never fail, but you may find a lot of ways that don't work.

  8. #108
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    Default Re: The Comic Book that never waa

    Well, I'm pretty sure this display isn't as organized as last year's but here goes, because "experimenting" with real fireworks appeals to me like going through life with eight fingers (!)




    Boom, sizzle, wheeeeee,

    Gary

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    Default White with a splash of red

    I used a very old P'shop plug-in, Microsoft Impressionist—which I think they bough from the late, Windows-hostile XAOS software—to "spray" a background of daises. Then I massaged it. Next was modeling the ladybug and rendering it. Finally, I did the shading by hand in Painter.

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    My Best,
    Gary

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  10. #110
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    Default Do the Bump

    One of the first electric cars.

    Seats two.

    No one will insure it. Not even J.K. Simmons.


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    My Best,

    Gary

 

 

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