Featuring the work of Penny Nickels
This piece is so amazing. I'm in awe and I can't wait to see the finished work.
My favorite part of the comments on that article is how people were like "yeah, seriously - show people what goes into it. What? Oh! We're *against* that? We don't like them? Oh, ok. DEATH TO PEOPLE WHO WANT TO DEMONSTRATE HOW THINGS ARE MADE WITHOUT TIMELAPSE."Keep up the good work. :)
Thank you Jane! I'm trudging along on it!Miss Giddy- Uggo. There's so many things fantastically absurd about that article and the comments. At best it's hilariously narrow minded, at worst it inches towards "degenerate art" speech. I suspect the main motivation behind it was to promote the authors business, craft "marketing".I think it was a ham-fisted attempt at, "This site has a lot of buzz around it, but this is a "bad" way to "market" yourself. What do you think? But the way, I sell marketing packages for 100 bucks an hour. So... You know... *Cough Cough*. "
I just watched your 5 minute video,great stuff. Your work looks absolutely stunning!!:)
Thank you Nerines! I checked out your work too, really nice and vibrant! I'd love to see a video from you, even though you're camera shy. :)
OMG, Ernst Haeckel - Siphonophorea Discolabe! That guy is a genius and you captured it beautifully. I bet that's taken a long time. The blues on your rendition are gorgeous. I'm very impressed. :)BTW my favorite Haeckel plate is Discomedusea Desmonema.
Thank you hedge! This piece started as a shaggy dog joke that I thought was hilarious, and now 240+ hours into it, it turns out the joke's on me. Maybe when I finally finish it it will be funny again? *quiet sobbing*
Dang! This is fabulous! Will it be in the show in Seattle?
Thanks Mary!No, it's still not even close to being finished. :(