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Thread: Badlands Sundown

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    Badlands Sundown

    AR 2.5 1 layer ..........oil.......brush and knife...............again!

    (Was going to call it sunset in Mordor but then I remembered the story..............there was no sunshine in Mordor..................don't forget to rrroll yourrrr r's)
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    Da go Te'
    Best to you

    Peter............
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    No worries, Pete. Just paint a tower under the sun, put a hard edge circle ringing the sun like an iris, call it the Eye of Sauron and you got the Mordor du Jour.

    Heavy skies make for a great dramatic sunset you have to admit though. Add some Valkyries, and you got yourself a Ring Cycle.

    ArtRage is still a grand program, no matter the version, in the right hands. Exciting painting, Mr Pinckney!

    Go man go!!!!!!!

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

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    Thanks DA...........................your phrase "Go man go!!!!!!! " takes me back to my first encounter with the music that has shaped my life..................The Blackboard Jungle.....Glenn Ford, Vic Morrow and Bill Haley's music.............OMG!

    Picture this..................it's 1955................I'm 14 yrs old sneaking into a British cinema where the age limit to view the film is 16 yrs............my Aunt has married an Italian American G.I. and moved to the States.................I want to go too................and this film pins me to my seat.......AS MUCH FOR THE MUSIC as the storyline.........Yeah! "Go man go!!!!!!! "
    Da go Te'
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    Peter............
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    I'm very aware of the cultural saying from the Beat Generation, and that 50's vintage is from whence I pinched it. Always loved it and thought the musicians, especially the drummers, had kept it to themselves far too long. In films, I remember seeing cats like Gene Krupa getting cheered on, sometimes other instruments as well, maybe even a dancer or two bugging out would get the word.

    As to sneaking into restricted films. . . you betcha. Hahah. Not often as I was too terrified of getting caught and my parents finding out. But my sneaking in was for The Valley of the Dolls. Had no idea what or why it was restricted before hand, but in my case it was a major let-down. Not until a few short years later I was going to movies like 2001 and Easy Rider and Satyricon buzzing like an old blacklight neon motel sign did I see movies on levels that my parents would never see. In my condition they delivered way more than any restricted movie ever could. . .hahahah

    In your case it must have been like you were stealing your adulthood -- a rite of passage of sorts like a game of snatch this pebble from my hand, Quai Chang. . . or snatch this piece of chalk from my blackboard and you will be ready to rock, rock, rock round the clock. . .

    Well, I have Blackboard Jungle queued up on Amazon to watch as a result of your comment. I really look forward to it. I love that style of music big time.

    Thanks for the memory, Chief!!!!!!
    Last edited by D Akey; 04-03-2015 at 02:00 PM.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Magnificent once again. You see quite different horizons than common people does, dear Pete ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Stunning. Very painterly style. Dramatic and exciting image.

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    It's terrific right down to the light catching the surface texture of the foreground strokes.
    June.

    Oh God of homeless things, look down
    And try to ease the way
    Of all the little weary paws
    That walk the world
    today.
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    Unknown.

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    @DA..................."Thanks for the memory, Chief!!!!!! ".................yeah Teach!..................Thanks for the memory................I remember that as a song title,my Dad had the record!!!

    Thank you Caesar, that's because these horizons don't exist except in my head

    Thanks Big-G!

    Thank you June!
    Last edited by Peter Pinckney; 04-03-2015 at 11:10 PM.
    Da go Te'
    Best to you

    Peter............
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    very nice job

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    I love landscapes, do you have a place where I could see more of your work? I'd love to see a painting like this in the process, a video on it or something.

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