Friday, September 22, 2006



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This futuristic hybrid will be available soon at
my
"Small Works" art shop or at
Art166.com.


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And then, there were two . . .

12 comments:

  1. Darn, I want to sit next to Lyn! No fair...goes off sulking while throwing notes and throwing wink, wink, nudge nudge looks at her friend!

    Now, seriously, these are interesting digi works...I'm wondering where you're taking us!

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  2. Uh-huh, I'll bet somebody spent some serious time in detention!

    Me? I'm not taking anyone anywhere; just introducing you to some new friends! Wink, wink, nudge, nudge . . .

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  3. it looks like the hood of a car... sort of...

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  4. Very astute, Karen! It all started with a rough sketch of the Pontiac symbol . . .

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  5. Looks like a futuristic juke box powered by that Star Trek stuff - tri-lithium -yeah, that's it. Nothing works without tri-lithium these days!

    Or is that my medication...?

    *why did I come here, now...?*

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  6. TC, repeat after me:

    "Lithium makes me feel better;
    Dilithium makes my warp drive feel better."

    C'mon, dude, you have to remember the difference. It just wouldn't do to have you use the wrong one at the wrong time!

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  7. Hey Cyn I'm back now! I had to sit outside in the hall awile! :D W.J. I agree with TC when I first saw this one, I though 'old fashioned juke box'! Neat! W.J. you saw the space station sparkling in the sky?! I didn't know you could see it from earth?! Holey Moley I would have been out there too!

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  8. my son would like this..he would say it looks like something he built with his bionicles..nice colors btw.

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  9. Hey, Lynette, some of my favorite school memories are of my time spent sitting in the hall. I'm sure I learned more out there than I did in the classroom!

    I was gonna tell you about my International Space Station sighting, but my story got so long, I decided to save it for Monday's blog post! Thanks for the topic!

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  10. Hi, Chana! Your son is, obviously, a young man of discriminating taste!

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  11. LOL W.J. sitting in the hall was more fun than being in class anyways! I actually did have that happen once or twice but it was in Junior High so that's my excuse hehe. I'm looking forward to your post on the Space Station sighting now!! I had no idea it was viewable from earth!!

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  12. That's cool. Looks like a futuristic jukebox.

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