Take Two by eekdog ()
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Happy Hump day my friends, countless thanks for your comments and time.
I guess my age is so messing with my back, when I injured my groin my back went out, and the pain went away for a bit, but now is back again giving me issues, tough to walk strait. Heck the way I am now I would be a perfect actor in a walking dead movie. "WALK LIKE A ZOMBIE"
Take Two a killer jazz tune by the Dave Brubeck Band, RIP Dave.
love you all! Steve
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Neat idea! Very well executed. Backs are a pain in the Butt. I've been there so I know of what you speak. Try laying flat on your back on the floor with your knees bent. Wrap your arms around your knees and pull your legs slowly to your chest, then lower them back to the floor. Do this several times. It will help stretch out the muscles. When you walk, try to stand a straight as you can. Dr. Grandma feels your pain.
this new rag-doll character has brought out some great imagery from you. I love her pose here, and how she holds one of your images of her, and another one is on top. YOu gave her a luminous blue background, which makes great contrast. (See---your color sense again!) And some great old objects, including a Radiola radio, a grandfather clock, etc. I love her pose.
The other one is the image in hyperspace---great cool-hot inversion, love the twilight zone feeling, and I love the film stock in between: I don't remember you using film stock before (at least not often). (Mel Brooks, when asked the hardest part of making Young Frankenstein, said: "The holes. You sit there every night, and you punch out holes, holes, holes...It gets in your food, on the cat, on the floor...") that film stock adds a whole other feeling to the piece. And Brubeck was one of our first heroes when we started playing jazz. Love this image.
(I hope your back gets better. You had major pain, and that takes tons out of the back; I hope it heals quickly, and you can be free of these intrusions for good...)