Monthly Archives: September 2009

machinimama

Jumped into machinima big time yesterday, not only overcoming my fear of working in three dimensions, but throwing time, space and sound into the mix. Since we’ve been recording our first original tune in real life this week, Botgirl and … Continue reading

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These are the best of times……

Over dinner once an American friend quizzed Charles Dickens about the workings of his imagination. Where on earth did those wonderful characters come from? “What an unfathomable mystery there is in it all!” replied the creator of Little Nell, Oliver … Continue reading

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Tweaking Juliette

Never thought I could improve on my idealized version of female beauty as exressed in Juliette, the charming young lady who models for all of my paintings; after all, she has been Juliette for at least a year and I … Continue reading

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