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Thread: Prehistory... as today

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    Prehistory... as today

    I'm foolin around with our time getting prehistory... some day... today i wrote this, on my... wall

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    matriarchy

    At least what i see a lot... lately

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    Quite clever and very funny indeed! I especially love the one of the lads with the spears trying to bring down the behemoth catering truck! Hahah. They would probably worship it as the embodiment of the Earth. . . and hamburgers are probably the closest thing to a whole bull on the hoof they could find.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    What fun, they look great

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    Brilliant idea and woderful execution and outcome!|
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Unique concept, well done
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Thank you folks... maybe can give me some tips, what should go to the "history cave-books" ... now sounds like a project :-)
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    great idea and very clever.... I like the way you did the reddish ochre color with black on the stone like background... terrific !..

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    Smile

    thank you ghxpainter... i draw, paint (or whatever it can be called ) only from mood. I can never sit and say to myself "today i will do the great pyramid of Geezah" (for example)... no sir.... i just let it flow, and at some point say "Oh, that looks like... let's try that" and so it goes... more or less accurate. About the background, one of the great features of AR is that i can make canvases out of almost anything (with enough contrast, i noticed), so I made this particular one from a photo of a stone wall, and than use the photo itself at 45% transparency... but the bumps and cracks of the stone-canvas are priceless, and combined with stiff chalk is just like... being in the cave.
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    Asking for ideas then? How about a kid having to write 100 times on a blackboard something like:
    "I will carve silly faces onto my fetish.
    I will carve silly faces onto my fetish.
    I will carve silly faces onto my fetish. . ."

    Or have a bunch of warriors having killed a bison all in a celebratory way holding up bottles of stone age beer to the audience like an advert for Brewski's. . . or something you can think of as a twist on that -- like holding up the liver he just ripped out of the side of the beast with the man showing with a big red grin on his face like an endorsement for refreshment.

    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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