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- Last Record: 2011-02-26 18:17:58 -0600
- Joined: Jan 16, 2010
my most ambitious REmix to date, to illustrate the breakup scene from A Mathematician's Approach to Love (http://hitrecord.org/records/185877 if the link doesn't work)... my goal was to make a realistic 3D composite image using 30+ image REsources. did i succeed?
for background info, please check out the story! (link above and in resources)
some of the stock photos i used were self-taken; if you can't find them in the REsources and would like me to upload them for further REmixes (i.e. the desk, the light, the math books), please let me know.
many thanks to all of the incredible artists/photographers whose work i used!
& if you are curious about the process, or where certain REsources appear in the image (it's hard to find some of them), feel free to ask away! : D
OK, I may need Metaphoresian help with this one - I got "personpaw" as a verb, meaning "give," from ntheon's "Sonnets from the Metaphoresian" (resourced below) and figured adding "re-" would make it "return" or "give back." "Leaftome" I made up because I couldn't find an existing Metaphoresian word for book - can you think of any better choices? If so, I've saved my psd file and can make a new version!
At any rate, it seemed using normal English was NOT the way to go.
The dark wood bookshelves sagged under the weight of their ancient volumes. Dust was made visible by way of the light filtering through the ceiling ...
In the car seat you trace alphabets of animals on glass.
The sun is a crash of bright bulls through the trees,
A flipbook of light.
Destiny eats pigs
Anglerpod quits cigs
Oliver isn't dead
Sun doesn't tuck her children into bed
White Rabbit is never late
Morgan M. Morgansen has no date
I totally agree with Amy and Sel's suggestions one billion percent (which are sourced below, read them! They are intelligent and lovely), but I'd add two more things that I think would go a long...
This being an opinion piece about the hows and whys of the feature/heart/rate debate that's been discussed on the site, as well as other issues I have noticed as an artist. I am and only eve...