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Fish Tales (For Heathcroft)

magnus073
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This is for a close friend of mine Dave, best known as (Heathcroft). Dave is a magnificent Poser artist and creates some of the most amazing fantasy art you will ever see. His Castle Stories are always a treat and among my favorites. They are always filled with countless colorful characters and the story brings them to life. He has a great sense of humor and always manages to add a little bit to his stories. I'm grateful for his friendship to me during tough times and consider myslef lucky to have gotten to know him so well. This story is such a treat and I only hope I can bring it to life as well as he did for me. Thanks for listening,
Dave

Fish Tales (For Heathcroft): When Dave was six he lived in a hotel close to the sea. He was a fan of fishing and loved to watch the old men gather and fish off the rocks of the sea wall. One August Dave was given a fiber glass fishing pole as a present while his uncle Ralph was visiting from Lancashire. Neither of them knew much about fishing but wanted to go. Everyone came outside and his Father Malcolm stood quietly watching and smiling alongside his Mum Eileen, as if they both knew a secret. Dave's sister Maureen was laughing at him and kept him distracted while his Uncle walked down to talk to one of the men who had caught several fish. His Uncle Ralph hired one of the younger men to swim down and put one of his fish on Dave's line without him knowing. Pretty soon Dave felt a mighty tug at his line, and pulled for all he was worth. Almost instantly out came a huge grey mullet thrashing about on his pole. Dave ran around showing his family his amazing catch, and was so proud. It was only years later that they told him the truth about his first fish and this fishing tale.

Credits:
Vicky, Laura, Mike, Matt, Dog By Daz
Pail By Mapps
Jeans, Ants Pants By Mada
Lightpoles By Richabri
Ibiza Dress Poswerworld
Verona Outfit By Poserworld
Virtual Backlot By liteluvr
SummerDays Dress By Dave71
Fishing Pole By Vanishing Point
Moorings Peir By Dark Anvil
Fish By Royloo
Laques Hair By Seisui
Flip Hair, Wedge Hair By Daz
Madelyne Hair By Neftis


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Nov 11, 2008 3:13:05 pm
French: C'est pour un bon ami Dave mien, le plus connu comme (Heathcroft). Dave est des artistes de Poseur magnifiques et crée un peu d'art de fantaisie le plus stupéfiant que vous verrez jamais . Ses Histoires de Château sont toujours un plaisir et parmi mes préférés. Ils sont toujours remplis des caractères colorés sans nombre et l'histoire leur apporte à la vie. Il a un grand sens de l'humour et réussit toujours à ajouter un petit peu à ses histoires. Je suis reconnaissant pour son amitié à moi pendant les temps résistants et considère myslef fortuné d'avoir fait connaissance avec lui si bien. Cette histoire est un tel plaisir et j'espère seulement que je peux l'apporter à la vie aussi bien qu'il a fait pour moi. Merci pour l'écoute,
Dave

Les Histoires de Poisson (Pour Heathcroft) : quand Dave avait six ans il a vécu dans un hôtel près de la mer. Il était un fan de pêche et a aimé regarder les vieux hommes se rassembler et le poisson des roches du mur marin. L'un août on a donné à Dave un verre de fibre le pôle de pêche comme un présent pendant que son oncle Ralph visitait de Lancashire. Aucun d'entre eux ne savait beaucoup de la pêche, mais a voulu aller. Chacun est venu à l'extérieur et son Père Malcolm a été calmement en regardant et en souriant à côté de sa Maman Eileen, comme s'ils tous les deux savaient un secret. La soeur Maureen de Dave riait de lui et l'a gardé distrait pendant que son Oncle est descendu pour parler à un des hommes qui avaient attrapé plusieurs poisson. Son Oncle Ralph a engagé un des hommes plus jeunes pour nager en bas et mettre un de son poisson sur la ligne de Dave sans lui la connaissance. Assez bientôt Dave a senti une résistance puissante à sa ligne et a tiré pour tout ce qu'il a valu. Presque immédiatement dehors est venu un énorme mulet gris se débattant sur son pôle. Dave a dirigé autour de la présentation de sa famille sa prise stupéfiante et était si fier. C'était seulement il y a les années plus tard qu'ils lui ont dit la vérité de son premier poisson et cette histoire de pêche.

by magnus073 Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:13:17 pm
Spanish: Este es para un amigo íntimo mío Dave, mejor conocido como (Heathcroft). Dave es unos artistas de Pregunta difícil magníficos y crea un poco del arte de fantasía más asombrosa que usted verá alguna vez. Sus Historias de Castillo son siempre un convite y entre mis favoritos. Ellos siempre están llenos de carácteres vistosos innumerables y la historia les trae a la vida. Él tiene un gran sentido del humor y siempre logra añadir un poquito a sus historias. Estoy agradecido por su amistad a mí durante tiempos resistentes y considero myslef afortunado de haberlo llegado a conocer tan bien. Esta historia es tal convite y sólo espero que yo pueda traerlo a la vida así como él hizo para mí. Gracias por escucha,
Dave

Cuentos de Pescado (Para Heathcroft): cuando Dave tenía seis años él vivió en un hotel cerca del mar. Él era un abanico de pesca y amó mirar a los ancianos juntarse y a pescado de las rocas del rompeolas. El un de agosto dieron a Dave una caña de pescar de fibra de vidrio como un presente mientras su tío Ralph visitaba de Lancashire. Ninguno de ellos sabía mucho sobre la pesca, pero quiso ir. Cada uno vino fuera y su Padre Malcolm puso silenciosamente la mirada y la sonrisa junto a su Mamá Eileen, como si ellos ambos sabían un secreto. La hermana Maureen de Dave se reía de él y lo guardó distraído mientras su Tío anduvo abajo para dirigirse a uno de los hombres que habían agarrado a varios peces. Su Tío Ralph alquiló a uno de los hombres más jóvenes para nadar abajo y poner a uno de sus peces en la línea de Dave sin él saber. Bastante pronto Dave sintió un tirón fuerte en su línea, y tiró para todo que él mereció. Casi al instante vino un salmonete gris enorme que se revuelca en su poste. Dave corrió alrededor de la exposición de su familia que sus asombrosos agarran, y estaba tan orgulloso. Era sólo años más tarde que ellos le dijeron la verdad sobre su primer pescado y este cuento de pesca.


Portugese: Isto é para um amigo fechado meu Dave, melhor conhecido como (Heathcroft). Dave é uns artistas de Pergunta Embaraçada magníficos e cria um pouco da arte de fantasia mais assombrosa que você verá alguma vez. As suas Histórias de Castelo são sempre um regalo e entre os meus favoritos. Eles sempre são enchidos de carateres coloridos inúmeros e a história traz-lhes à vida. Ele tem um grande sentido do humor e sempre consegue acrescentar um bocado às suas histórias. Sou agradecido pela sua amizade para mim durante os tempos resistentes e considero myslef feliz de tê-lo vindo a conhecer tão bem. Esta história é tal regalo e só espero que eu possa trazê-lo à vida bem como ele fez para mim. Obrigado por escuta,
Dave

Contos de Peixe (para Heathcroft): quando Dave teve seis anos ele viveu em um hotel perto do mar. Ele foi um leque da pesca e gostou de olhar os velhos homens reunir-se e peixe das rochas da parede do mar. O primeiro de Agosto deram a Dave um vidro de fibra pólo de pesca como um presente enquanto seu tio Ralph visitava de Lancashire. Nenhum deles sabia muito sobre a pesca mas quis ir. Todo o mundo veio fora e o seu Pai Malcolm esteve calmamente olhando e sorrindo ao lado de sua Mãe Eileen, como se ambos eles soubessem um segredo. A irmã Maureen de Dave ria dele e guardou-o distraído enquanto seu Tio andou abaixo para falar com um dos homens que tinham pegado vários peixes. Seu Tio Ralph alugou um dos homens mais jovens para nadar abaixo e pôr um dos seus peixes na linha de Dave sem ele conhecimento. Bastante logo Dave sentiu um puxão poderoso na sua linha, e puxou para todo que ele mereceu. Quase imediatamente fora veio uma enorme mugem cinzenta que se debate no seu pólo. Dave dirigiu em volta da exposição à sua família o seu proveito assombroso, e esteve tão orgulhoso. Ele foi só anos depois que eles lhe disseram a verdade do seu primeiro peixe e este conto de pesca.

by magnus073 Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:16:47 pm
Very beautiful (and funny) story! I loved the poses, specially the hand. And the boy's facial expression is perfect.

Excellent work.

by Carioca Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:18:52 pm
Fantastic scene, Dave! absolutely gorgeous work with posing and expressions and you captured the moment perfectly. Now we know the fishing secret too ;)

by moonbunnie Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:19:36 pm
that is aweosme image nice work :)

by angelbearzs Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:21:26 pm
Hey Dave!
Awesome Outdoor scene Great detail!
Like the story,
Excellent work my friend!!

by J5ive Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:26:10 pm
Funny and very lovely story, Dave!!!
Wonderful composition and expression!!!

by carlx Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:27:12 pm
Oh wow Dave this is one of your best! I love the story too...Excellent

by schonee Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:27:35 pm
awww!!
this is sooo sweet ...and had made me smile form ear to ear :D

great image Dave ...and sweet dedication !!

by mininessie Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:28:27 pm
What a excellent render-great job

by pops Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:28:42 pm
Wow..you did an incredible job on this image..it must really have taken you a very long time to pull together! It reminds me of a Norman Rockwell image!
Great work!! :)

by digitell Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:30:42 pm
Still enjoying your style. Sky photo as background is good idea, well contrast.
Love the visage expression of your characters, it gives a touch of life. Well done.

by M2A Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:33:06 pm
My friend,this image is fantastic as the story that goes with it,i'm so happy to see your Beautiful Art!!!!!!Wonderful creation and dedi Dave!!!:-)

by saretta Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:33:27 pm
Your story and illustration delight!

by shadownet Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:36:28 pm
Magnifique scène et histoire, bravo :)

by felinx Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:37:24 pm
Great image and wonderful dedication to a very wonderful artist and a person I can call one of the many friends among the fine people here at Renderosity.
I'm sure he'll love this!

by Faemike55 Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:37:34 pm
Wonderful Dave as always is a nice story and a beautiful render.

by Gisela Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:41:00 pm
Great stuff Dave...It's so sweet when things like that happen.
The interpritaion of the event is well depicked.

by altec101 Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:42:15 pm
This is so cool, I now get ebots telling me to hurry over here.
Sweet render and a funny story, as always perfect expressions. I'm sure Heathcroft is gonna luv it!

by Biffowitz Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:49:46 pm
Dave, what a great render. Your stuff is always so cheerful. Thanks.

by Mr-Fog Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:50:27 pm
What a wonderful story and amazing depiction! You've captured each expression magnificently--one of your all time best!

by VelvetMoxie Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:52:38 pm
Super excellent work again,Dave. Always a joy to see your work!

by blankfrancine Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:55:57 pm
Awww how adorable! He looks so happy and suprised to have caught that big ole fish! I remember when I was a young lil gal goin fishin with my Grandpa.. We had a blast! We walked to the lake.. in a town called Lakeview.. had to cross a bridge and I always remember stopping and my Grandpa would make sounds at the owls until they would come swooping down over our heads. We always left at daylight so we could walk by the bridge and hoot at the owls. Those were the good ole days that I will always cherish with him. Thanks for the memories!!:)

by Niha Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:58:22 pm
hi baby this is really wonderful scene exactly what you told me, funny story and great posing u really did an great on this one...im sure your friend dave(other dave)...*S*..will love this...excellent work as always...love you and sweet kisses..

by Minda Homepage »

Nov 11, 2008 3:58:53 pm
Wow, thank you so much, my friend for the great story, I love it:) And what a FANTASTIC illustration to the story, truely EXCELLENT WORK!!! So nice to see your new work, dear Dave:)

by Igolochka Homepage »

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