Ghostworks: my slideshow



Ghostworks is a slideshow featuring some of my artwork and photos.
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22 comments:

  1. Your work is pure genius. You need to publish this... You are an inspiration. I also want to thank you for sharing all your brushes and textures with us!

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  2. Oh, WOW! You do such wonderful, beautiful work. I'll be back to watch them again and again. And Caoline is right, you should publish those images. Thank you for sharing your talent.
    Phyllis

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  3. I adore your work the slide show is wonderful, my only problem is when I try to savour each one, they transition too fast, is it possible to slow it down a tad ? Thank you for sharing these works, they are inspirational !!

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  4. I want to live at 433.

    And eat at the Story Inn.

    I stopped the slideshow on so many photos, but your bighorn sheep stole my heart. Thank you for the visual feast.

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  5. Thanks Caroline, I'm glad you enjoyed the show.

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  6. Magnolia, you're a sweetheart, thanks for the kind words and company.

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  7. Witchypoo,
    Thanks for watching, and sorry I didn't mention, if you look at the big slideshow there's a a setting to adjust the speed of the show, I'll see about setting it.

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  8. Hi Kate,
    Thanks for stopping in.
    433 huh, isn't it cute, just a place in town I found while out for a walkabout with camera in tow, and Story Inn, such a quaint lovely setting and great food.

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  9. So, so beautiful, love your work, how you blend the textures, the dreamy effect..everything. My eyes went specially to these ones:
    "Haunted with memories", "Why so sad", "A Strange Occurrence". Thanks for showing us the video.!!

    Cler.

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  10. Fabulous slide show....you continue to blow me away!! :)

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  11. Thanks for sharing this! Some of my favorites are in this slide show plus some I've not seen previously which added to the enjoyment.
    Roberta

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  12. A tour de force! Many of the rural scenes remind me of one of my favorite American painters, Andrew Wyeth. As for the more surrealistic images - Wow! No words.
    Thanks for the show and thanks for your textures on Flickr.

    A new Flickr user,
    Dave
    (LightEngr)

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  13. Your work is stunning. I agree that it should be published. Thanks so much for sharing your textures and brushes with everyone.
    Suzanne

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  14. You are ridiculously talented. Ridiculously. I'm serious. Thank you for sharing yourself... I'm such a fan....

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  15. I'm touched by your kind comments, thank you, they never lose their potency .............Peace.

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  16. Thoughtful and beautiful -- your art inspires and touches me. Words fail to convey my admiration for your images. Your generosity compliments amazing talent. Thank you.

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  17. Your magnificent talent blows me away. There really are no words to express the depth and beauty of your work. Thank you for sharing your gifts with us. I could look at your work all day long.

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  18. You are an amazing artist sir! I am so blessed to have run into your work on the T4L group when I first started on Flickr. Thank you for your beautiful work and for sharing your phenomenal freebies with us.I need to come here more regularly for inspiration!!

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  19. Artistry that tricks the mind into believing the view forms the reality. Beautiful work, stunning at times.

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  20. I'm enjoying your new home here on Shadowhouse Creations. Loved the slideshow. Two words come to mind, beautiful and inspiring. Thanks for sharing it all; brushes, textures and art. I wish I had your mind to put it all together like you do...

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  21. I just stumbled over your blog today and have become an instant fan of your work. Also a big Thank You for all the great free brushes textures etc. A big help for a bloody beginner lioke myself is your way of explaining how to get these effects.

    Yours

    Bridget

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