A Record of the Nonsense That Goes Through My Brain!
23 Feb 2008 7 Comments
Tags: pre Raphaelite Paintings
These are some of my favorite paintings. I am also still experimenting with this slide show business.
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Feb 23, 2008 @ 02:31:30
Yes, this is the one I wanted to pose like.
These slide shows look great. You’ve inspired me, so tonight I got brave and attempted to post a Photoshopped gif file I was playing with and it actually worked! I don’t feel brave enough to try the slide till tomorrow, but I’ll give it a shot. What will you inspire us to to do next?
Feb 23, 2008 @ 03:32:01
Amazing! Both this one and the ones of Damon. Wow!
Feb 23, 2008 @ 10:17:15
Oh, I only know how to do these slide things on myspace. I’m new to blogging but this was really cool. Plus I just love any pictures of art….
Feb 23, 2008 @ 11:36:58
@The Girl From the Ghetto
I only figured out the slide thing last night at @2:00 AM in the morning. By the way, I love your site. It helps me when I miss some of the clues (or more than likely forget them) from “Lost”.
Feb 23, 2008 @ 11:39:56
Yes, the slide thing was fun. I just happened upon it. We will all have to inspire each other. I wouldn’t even be blogging if it weren’t for you.
I’m happy you enjoyed my little slide shows. It was fun figuring out how to do it.
Feb 23, 2008 @ 20:53:39
YES! These are all my Ideal Woman. Except the one with the sword. She creeps me out. Nice work with the images Joan!
Feb 23, 2008 @ 23:15:55
Pre-Raphaelite paintings are my favorite. I think the sword woman is just making him a knight and not planning to slash him- hopefully.
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