Monthly Archives: July 2022

On the Level of Craftsmanship in Pahrump, Nevada

I framed up this now yellowing pencil drawing the other day. It was drawn for me by a 21 year old woman named Keri Patrick. It’s based on a drawing by Canadian Glen Loates, one of the most famous animal … Continue reading

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Pushing Pixels – Image Large Enough to Print

Click for full size image. Download by right clicking. Should print out well. Oops. Image problem. Correcting soon. This is my version of a GF promotion poster. Goldfield is all about exploring, from the arts to the outdoors. Physical and … Continue reading

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The Lost Highway Sung by Hank Williams

Authoritative voices have a presence we all recognize. When someone is an expert on a subject, a real expert, people quiet down and listen. If someone with less experience or knowledge repeated the words of an authority, their voice just … Continue reading

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Goldfield Days Coming Up

August 5, 6, and 7th. I’ll be showing at a place called The Stop on the North side of town. ┬áThat building fills in the models below. Green screen video booth for free. Real people from rural America. And real … Continue reading

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Pushing Pixels 24 or Something — The New Corvettes

Still working on this one. This is a screen shot so low resolution. Click to enlarge. A tip of the hat to Steve McQueen who owned a Stingray, as well as Mustangs and anything else that went fast, and to … Continue reading

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Remembering Michael Duffet. (Again.)

Some bot at Legacy.com is asking people to go back to guest books they have signed in the past. Perhaps add a little more. So I did. Michael was a challenging man; he did let you escape back into the … Continue reading

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Fear Follows Like a Shadow

This is really odd. The green screen trade in still or static photography is well developed and has been steadily growing over the last ten years. Weddings, conventions, special events, all of them have been incorporating green screen booths as … Continue reading

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Cat Materializing Caught on Camera

It’s well known that cats at night can materialize out of the ether whenever they want. This behavior is rarely caught as they will confiscate cameras or memory cards, just as Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny do. The other … Continue reading

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Bob Dylan and T.S. Eliot

Dylan read Eliot for the most part not at school. Voluntarily, the best way to go. As I understand it, Dylan read lightly and not deeply, as he did with the Bible. It reminds me of Bono with U2, his … Continue reading

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How Do I Create a Winning Poster?

First, you need the right victim. Whoops, I meant the right subject. Which could be the victim. In this case, a bunch of screen grabs from Barbarella. This is the bird attack scene and color correcting was a nightmare. I … Continue reading

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