On Dec 22, 2014
brewgirlca posted a new gallery image Saffron Monastery 1 - Boundaries and Borderlands 9.
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January 2013<br /> Been at this siteÂ five years now and have seen a lot of growth - both artistically and spiritually thanks to the many good friends I have met here. I work with Poserpro2012, photoshop CS6, PSPX2, Perfect Effects 3 and Photomatrix 4. I love working in the material room and continue to find lots of growth there. I also do a lot of postwork fixing, special affects, and framing, all forÂ whichÂ photoshop is indispensible. I love doing postwork; no image is anywhere near complete without it.<br /> In the last year or soÂ I've added quite a bit of photography to my gallery. I started with a Nikon Coolpix 9100 point and shoot. It gives amazing quality and its small size makes it easy to pack around and just grab some shots as they come into my vision. I still use it for sneaky people shots but now I useÂ a Nikon D5100 DSLR for my more serious keeper work. Had I known how all consuming my passion for photography would become I should have jumped to a D600 low end pro camera.In my gallery you will see mostly storylines based upon my own visions and versions of Mesopotamian Mythology, sprinkled with some Celtic works and an occasional pinup or two andÂ quite a fewÂ special requests. I have long been a writer, though a terrible speller, and soÂ most ofÂ my images come with a storyline or poem. No image seems complete to me without words to accompany them.In high school I trained in both the Sciences and Fine Arts but when I went to university I had to choose one or the other and so I went with the life sciences. Art dropped out of my life for a long time... though I never gave up my interest in archeology and mythology. I wound up with a graduate degree in the life sciences with majors in physical geography, ecology and evolutionary biology. My love of nature and a deep naturalistic spirituality eventually led me to the wikkan tradition.SomeÂ five and a halfÂ years ago I discovered poser afterÂ coming across some great 3-d art on the web and after someÂ six months of stumble bum practice I joined this site.Doing this type of art has released many visions and stories that were locked up inside my soul for many ages. It has allowed me to explore the life and times of my primal spiritual ancestor, a girl also named Roxanne, who lived in the Sumerian regions. She whispers the stories of these classic legends in my mind and I create the images to go with them.My stories are mostly written as dialogue and they tend to be rather long. So grab a coffee, a teaÂ or better yet a beer, kick back, relaxÂ and stay a while.I hope you enjoy your stay here.Hugs and blessed beRoxy
On Dec 22, 2014
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