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Discussion in 'Inspired Art' started by Dr.Amber Trichome, Aug 4, 2016.

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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    Wow! The new direction you are taking is remarkable!
     
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    =Your Mom=

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    Empowering art woman of the sisterhood!
    Men have drawn large breasted women for centuries. It is our turn To celebrate and draw the intricacies of mans genitalia. I thank you.
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    This potential candidate was fired/ quit from his previous Relevant job at which he was Lead Tech for 7 years . He comes recommend by the fellow leaving who was real right with him but too tight to hire him on to work with him when my position was open so I got the job instead. Thanks for the advice.
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    Yes , it's time to get even.
    Thanks man. I'm Trying to keep it simple in a complex way. It's still challenging. I added some red drops to the orange page but ended ripping all the red drops off and covering them up with orange drops . So I'm pretty set up now . I'm thinking grey blue watercolor for the white background to tie it together and finish it up . I will keep you posted with any significant challenges or directional changes.
     
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    Mohican

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    The feeling it evokes is very primal. The movement draws me in. It's magical :)
     
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    DST

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    Heath Robinson:)
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    I took this photo today.
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    ancient Spirits
    live in these rocks
    The lighting simply captivating.
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    Mohican

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    Breathtaking! What a beautiful day at the beach.
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    That day started out very very windy and then settled down . If it wasn't so windy I would have gone swimming. The next day was much too cold and foggy. There a some terrific places to go swimming on the coast but the weather never seems to cooperate!
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    Mohican

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    That is why everything is so green there!

    We went to Bandon for my niece's wedding and the first day there it was blowing 60 miles an hour and the temperature was 50 degrees. The next day the wind died down and it was 70. Then 80. Then 85. On the day we left it was almost 90 and the wind was offshore. It was a memorable visit to the Oregon shore.
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    That's sounds like such a lovely trip Mo. you know all about how magical that place is. Did your or your family or friends participate in the "circles in the Sand"?
    I absolutely love the Oregon coast. We are headed for a jet boat excersion on the Wild Rouge River this weekend and down to the giant redwoods. Trying to take advantage of this beautiful sunny weather while it lasts. Have a good one Mo.
    Been enjoying the local Blackberry Kush.
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    Mohican

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    Nice!
    We are looking at land on the coast for our retirement.
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    I would go for it! You get more bang for your buck. I'm in Gold beach right now. We drove through Brookings and stoped at Harris beach ...absolutely gorgeous.
     
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    DST

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    More i think of retirement....the more i think of South Africa. But then who knows what world temperatures will be like in 5 years....retire in 5 yrs.....in my dreams :)
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    the first interview with the large women with a massive chest with cleavage made me feel very uneasy. She was so uninteresting and so dumb. WIth in the first 10 seconds I knew she was WRONG. no matter what she said. and I was RIGHT!lol!
    the minute I stepped into the room for the interview with the guy with the 3 button vest , white shirt, I think he had a ponytail.
    i was completely at ease. He made me feel so comfortable i took the seat directly in front of him off to side instead of next to him so i could get a STRAIGHT on view.
    He is the one for me. It was that easy! i can not tell you the relief i felt finding him. I work very closely with my colleague. The stress i have been under knowing im going to lose who i have now has been immense.:razz:what a lucky lucky person i am:peace::joint:
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    oh but now he has to pass the drug test.
    fingers fuckin crossed!
     
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    DST

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    I had an interview with Canon like that many years ago. I just knew i wasn't getting the job so made sure i overcame all her objections to the point the other guy (who was above her) was agreeing with me. Interviews are real steange things at times. Good luck Ambs.
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    The supervisor said there were 2 more candidates to interview next week. I don't know how anyone is going to beat that guy though. He was extremely charming, respectful, professional, funny, enthusiast, had experience, flexible, young and cute. Seemed to be the "total package".
    Just scored this bud"lambs breath" from a local shop callled "the sorority house" . Got a Gron Dark Chocolate bar as well.
    Decompression weekend after doing over 200 miles on a jet boat on the Rouge River last weekend.
    Do you think you will ever come to American DST? There are lots of fun things to do in Oregon in the summer and early fall.

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    Ours was the red boat.
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    DST

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    I would love to come to the US. Most of our holidays are spent going to South Africa though. I spoke to an immigration lawyer once about going to the US and my unfortunate criminal record. He said i would need to declare and get over various hurdles but i would get in he thought. Would love to do a road trip in a big motorhome. My wife loves that sort of thing as well (although personally i love some 5 star treatment lol).
    You guys sure do loads of outdoor activities.....mrs D loves that shizz.
     
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