Published: Sunday 18th of April 2004 09:45:03 AM
John... you are SO wierd!!! why do I like this?? hehe
interesting it's really very good John, my only criticism is the non anti-aliasing of the type.
So that's where your thoughts wandered in schooldays David.
For me the moments of frustration could be so creative because we do not dare to do in a regular moments something what we do when we are crossing the border of our own rules.This one step behind is perfect.Why not.Everything is here.The subject,the light,composition,texture and imagination.Perfect and provocative.Just keep in mind that this is an "frustration" product and continue to explore sometimes when you are not frustrated.It have to be more and more good trials. John, that`s what happend when you are dealing with girls and PS.Both will drive you crazy,I know that feeling.:-)) --darko
John I love the surreal quality of this! Has a Magritte feeling....I agree with Darko...sometimes frustration can yeild great creativity.
I'm really glad that some of you seem to like this. Admittedly, I did not expect it. It also appears that the meaning of the title got across to all of you. Thank you very much.
W. Roger Keagle Jr.
John Had an art teacher that said "All things artistic are a series of chance, where the paint falls, or the light ect. In the end a true artist knows when to use that chance to make his statment" *R*
Interesting question....And very original image
John! It's art! It's such a departure for you, I love it. I love that you are stretching!
John: This is a beauty. I don't give many 7/7's -Owen
I was crazy about my teacher, but love for me in those days consisted in holding hands ... if you were lucky !
nice Beautifull!nice teacher :)i thinku like only her body
Great work. Although the image quality of the alphabets can be better, it doesnt need to. It has so much relevance today; especially when kids learn about sex the same time they learn ABC...
Fabulous John! I've recently read a series of books, not sure how to discribe them... Mystery? Science Fiction? Humor? Marvelous books though that I highly reccomend by a fellow from Wales named Jasper Fford (there are two f's) about Thursday Next. The first one (best to read them in order) is called 'The Eyre Affair'. The reason that I'm mentioning them here is that Thursday is able to enter books and interface with the characters in them. One of the worst things that can happen to a fictional character is to be reduced to text, which this image of yours may just illustrate.
Is love impersonal ? Actually, I made this in a moment of frustration ... I am not able to determine if it is of any interest or not, probably not, but then don't be afraid to say so ... !!