Girls From T.N.A: Breitlenger Jar: Ch 6 Page 9 by RodS ()
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The Girls are BACK!!
It's been a long dry spell - actually, it started with a WET spell - but at last the ladies are back in action! And now that the renovation is pretty much complete (the Lair is a continual work-in-progress), AND I'm retired, maybe I can move things along a little faster. I'm gonna give it my best shot! LOL
It's been a long and exhausting project, but things are all back in place. I've got a few little "touch-ups" to put in place, then I'll have a 'grand tour' of the Lair. I'll post some photos here, and hope to post another "Behind the Scenes" over at YouTube soon. My Velocity laptop decided to shoot craps on me while we were out of town a couple weeks ago - and that's the one I did most of my video editing on. I just replaced it with a nice laptop from Microcenter, and I'm getting it set up for Photoshop and Poser. It's Win-10 (the old one was W-7), and as far as I know both Photoshop and Poser (Pro 2014) run fine on W-10. I hope so...
We'll be heading for Eureka Springs for a couple days next week, so I hope to get some decent photos. We don't usually go out of town this late, but neither of us was rid of the wanderlust bug after the last trip. I'll post some photos, and of course I still have photos to post from a couple weeks ago.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy the latest page in the Girls' adventures - there's a LOT more to come, so stay tuned! Thanks for stopping by, and for all your wonderful comments and support!
Thanks so much for all the birthday / retirement dedications, sitemails, emails, and FB posts! You're the best! All of you!
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Yes, the gals are back and has been eons since last. I do recall the surprized attack crossfire AR & G4 were in. You really brought back the memory from it. Thank goodness for the air support. Wonder if those weapons they used on the gals are some strange short term effects. 3ach segment always proooofesional! Wish we could hear from Dan. Glad that long term project is over for you. Will be looking for your shots.
I can't imagine the patience it takes to do this... I can't even wait the last two seconds to take my food out of the microwave. This looks so dynamic and amazingly well done. Anyone looking at this page can tell... you have obviously put a lot of time and effort into creating your art. Fantastic work!
It's nice to see the gals back in action again.....I think they luv doing what they do!!!! 'lol'!! Can't wait to see what happens next.....they're a rough and tough bunch of ladies, and they like being where the 'action' is!!! I think they would be bored if they had a 'sit down' office job.....'lol'!!!! Nice one Rod!!
this has to be one of the best pages! just loved Trish's expression with that new toy!!! guess I'll be having to get her one! good to be able to see this, thing over here aren't the best yet, maybe some time before I can post anything... but rest assured the girls will be back and with more power! I'll can't wait to see what happens next, that is if I can get some power over here!!
Have a good one from me and the girls over here, running on generator power!
(for cheap laughs, when you're completely done with your renovation you could post a shot of a castle interior, with statues and gold and servants...not too original, but that's why I call it 'cheap')...First, if I had my foot caught "under a girder," I wouldn't be "OK": I'd be screaming or passed out. G4 is made of steel! These are 5 very action-composed frames, they all have wild angles and jutting objects to convey chaos, battle, action, confrontation. The inset is perfectly placed too, it brings us a closeup of the action. It has your usual technical ease is everywhere: the lighting, the eerie blue light in the ship, the shadows in the battle area mixed with the strong light---in the first shot, the contrasts are striking. The sense of chaos from angles and fallen girders, etc. Characters in light and shadow (Ar in the top shot, for example, emerging out of shadow). And frame 4: A real montage of lines and angles and textures. And a final image which is crammed and chaotic, leaving everyone on edge wondering what's next---Is G4 really ok, or is she being typically strong. And what happened to Ar? (Groooaaaaannnnn is a heavy place to leave your readers! In Steven Spielberg's Munich, it was pointed out that the final word of the movie was "NO!"---which is apparently the first time he ever ended a film like that (since he's a very positive guy). You ended with "...groaaaaaannnnnn..."! Perfect cliff-hanger.)
A jam packed bunch of images; and you end with the end of the battle, but wondering if it's over, and are our heroines are going to be ok. Love the light and compositions. And in number 4, I love the light and dark on Ar, and how she teeters on one side of the frame. Very cinematic. I'm almost 70, and if I went through the action in one of those frames, I'd be hospitalized for 6 months. Mighty strong bunch of fighters you've got!
How wonderful to see the girls in action again and once again you have nailed the drama so well. Amazing posing and lighting and great effects in each frame. So well done and what a great exit to leave us in suspense. I hope you enjoy your break before the winter sets in and that the weather holds for your photo taking. :)