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Posted: 03 September 2012 07:24 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 46 ]
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love the trailer music and the tomb rocks.

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Posted: 03 September 2012 12:36 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 47 ]
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The original was my favorite…. the new ones just don’t have the same thought that the original had. Victoria Winters is not the same, and don’t get me stated about Barnabas (is that how it’s spelled?)

Yeah, Johnathan Frid (God bless his soul) was truly one-of-a-kind… and yes, that is
the correct spelling of Barnabas.

I miss such shows like The NBC Mystery Movie, which openings that bring on the nostalgia. smile

Columbo, Herc Ramesy, McMillian & Wife, Banachek, McCloud, and, (takes off his hat) The Rockford Files.

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Man… no wonder DVDs of those shows are so special to those who love them. LOL

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Posted: 03 September 2012 01:18 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 48 ]
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I really wasn’t into Dark Shadows, I’d get home from school in time to watch the last 10 mins or so.
The one thing I do notice is that the current crop of writers & directors just don’t “get it”, they don’t get the tone or feeling of the early TV shows.
Very few current shows have quality writing. It’s not the actor’s fault that the show sucks! 
Put the blame on the producers & network. raspberry
That is why I watch little current network TV. Mostly, whatever my mom has on when I walk into the front room.
My sisters brought over all their old VHS tapes when they went DVD, plus I have a large number of tapes & disks myself.
And all the copys my brother made of rental DVDs.
So mom has a lot to choose from when she wants to watch something.
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Posted: 03 September 2012 05:41 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 49 ]
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Hi Krissy and everyone! smile
Here is my prize for all who’re going to enter September 2012 Freebie Contest at DAZ.
(I’ll PM Krissy the link).

Have a great day/night everyone!
-Teresa Tyllo smile

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Posted: 03 September 2012 07:14 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 50 ]
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For those of us who grew up in the late 1950s and early 1960s, there was only one Superman, George Reeves. For that generation, he simply was Superman and all those who followed weren’t. That is not to imply that Christopher Reeve (of three theatrical films), Dean Cain (of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Tom Welling (of Smallville), Brandon Routh (of Superman Returns) or even Henry Cavill in Man of Steel aren’t Superman. Each are good in their own particular way and define The Man of Tomorrow for their own particular generation. But for me, no matter who may play the part, George Reeves will be forever etched in my mind as the ultimate superhero.

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11.) Texture for Casablanca Suit Under Textures, 2nd Row, 1st Item.

12.) All Back Hair Go to Downloads on Left, 2nd Item.

13.) Walther P-38 26th from Top.

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As always, figure and prop set-up in Studio 2.3 with final render in Bryce 5.5. Full color render desaturated to black and white (just like I saw them in the early 1960s!) in Photoshop. Inclusion of signature and copyright notice is the only postwork. The color of the Captain’s Hair was darkened in Photoshop to more match the character. And, yes, I know that the head morph doesn’t look anything like George Reeves, but since we weren’t doing look-a-likes and I needed something sort of heroic, this seemed to fit the bill.

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Posted: 04 September 2012 02:59 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 51 ]
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Thank you Teresa.. Just Pm’ed you back,.. silly me didn’t saw it here wink

Will sned it out today afternoon, when my son has TV time smile

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Posted: 04 September 2012 03:04 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 52 ]
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Lord Ganthor - 03 September 2012 07:14 PM

For those of us who grew up in the late 1950s and early 1960s, there was only one Superman, George Reeves. For that generation, he simply was Superman and all those who followed weren’t. That is not to imply that Christopher Reeve (of three theatrical films), Dean Cain (of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Tom Welling (of Smallville), Brandon Routh (of Superman Returns) or even Henry Cavill in Man of Steel aren’t Superman. Each are good in their own particular way and define The Man of Tomorrow for their own particular generation. But for me, no matter who may play the part, George Reeves will be forever etched in my mind as the ultimate superhero.

1.) Alex M4 Head Morph. Registration Required.

2.) Super Suit for M4 Registration Required.

3.) Charlie for M4 Skin Texture. Registration Required.

4.) Captain Hair Registration Required.

5.) Brace for A3 Cape Only. Registration Required.

6.) Money Registration Required.

7.) 100 Superhero Poses for the Mil4 Figures Registration Requried.

8.) Attache Case 14th Row from Top, 2nd Item.*

9.) Michael 3 Base

10.) Casablanca Suit for M3 Scroll Down for Link.

11.) Texture for Casablanca Suit Under Textures, 2nd Row, 1st Item.

12.) All Back Hair Go to Downloads on Left, 2nd Item.

13.) Walther P-38 26th from Top.

* Indicates item required for this challenge.

As always, figure and prop set-up in Studio 2.3 with final render in Bryce 5.5. Full color render desaturated to black and white (just like I saw them in the early 1960s!) in Photoshop. Inclusion of signature and copyright notice is the only postwork. The color of the Captain’s Hair was darkened in Photoshop to more match the character. And, yes, I know that the head morph doesn’t look anything like George Reeves, but since we weren’t doing look-a-likes and I needed something sort of heroic, this seemed to fit the bill.

Ah cool .. I grew up in 80’s and I remember this one wink
And yes we do not have to do look alikes smile
All freebies are checked, all nicely visable, and there is a PhilC required item.. thou I am not sure about desaturating ... I will wait for musics input in that ( please do not yell at me wink )

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Posted: 04 September 2012 06:36 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 53 ]
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Teresa Tyllo - 03 September 2012 05:41 PM

Hi Krissy and everyone! smile
Here is my prize for all who’re going to enter September 2012 Freebie Contest at DAZ.
(I’ll PM Krissy the link).

Have a great day/night everyone!
-Teresa Tyllo smile

those are great teresa thanks

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Posted: 04 September 2012 06:39 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 54 ]
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Lord Ganthor - 03 September 2012 07:14 PM

For those of us who grew up in the late 1950s and early 1960s, there was only one Superman, George Reeves. For that generation, he simply was Superman and all those who followed weren’t. That is not to imply that Christopher Reeve (of three theatrical films), Dean Cain (of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Tom Welling (of Smallville), Brandon Routh (of Superman Returns) or even Henry Cavill in Man of Steel aren’t Superman. Each are good in their own particular way and define The Man of Tomorrow for their own particular generation. But for me, no matter who may play the part, George Reeves will be forever etched in my mind as the ultimate superhero.

1.) Alex M4 Head Morph. Registration Required.

2.) Super Suit for M4 Registration Required.

3.) Charlie for M4 Skin Texture. Registration Required.

4.) Captain Hair Registration Required.

5.) Brace for A3 Cape Only. Registration Required.

6.) Money Registration Required.

7.) 100 Superhero Poses for the Mil4 Figures Registration Requried.

8.) Attache Case 14th Row from Top, 2nd Item.*

9.) Michael 3 Base

10.) Casablanca Suit for M3 Scroll Down for Link.

11.) Texture for Casablanca Suit Under Textures, 2nd Row, 1st Item.

12.) All Back Hair Go to Downloads on Left, 2nd Item.

13.) Walther P-38 26th from Top.

* Indicates item required for this challenge.

As always, figure and prop set-up in Studio 2.3 with final render in Bryce 5.5. Full color render desaturated to black and white (just like I saw them in the early 1960s!) in Photoshop. Inclusion of signature and copyright notice is the only postwork. The color of the Captain’s Hair was darkened in Photoshop to more match the character. And, yes, I know that the head morph doesn’t look anything like George Reeves, but since we weren’t doing look-a-likes and I needed something sort of heroic, this seemed to fit the bill.


being of that era (damn I feel old now) I remember watching it, not in reruns, George Reeves is still superman to me, the others did a good job, but like Dark Shadows, the remakes are just never as good. I did like Chris Reeves though.

 

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Posted: 04 September 2012 08:30 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 55 ]
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music2u4u - 02 September 2012 07:04 PM

Krissy, I would like to donate a few of my models to the winners. To the three top winners, I will donate my 60’s camper. All the doors and windows open and close, also the cabnets and drawers. To the two HMs I will donate my tomb. The doors open and the sarcophagus inside is a seperate object. The lid comes off it too. Perfect to use for the annual “Monster Mash Halloween Bash” , the October challenge.


here are some peeks.


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Well, that’s a none too subtle plug…Hey, speaking of the October Challenge (probably my most favorite of the year) who’s free stuff are we using? I’m drawing a blank on what to do this month so I though maybe if I got a head start on next month it might clear me up a little to do this month. Sorry, but it’s the way I work…a real lack of focus…

After many PMs on who I should pick, I have decided to go with Francemi, in her honor. She deserves a big month. Robkelk wants to honor me in November (I had nothing to do with that). So Oct-Francemi, Nov- Music2u4u. I have reserved Dec. for our own Chohole. Her stuff suits the Christmas spirit quite well. That is the schedule.

I will be taking requests for next year. If you have someone, let me know. They must be a well known giver, and they must be a Daz mamber to qualify.

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Posted: 04 September 2012 08:32 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 56 ]
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Krissy - 04 September 2012 03:04 AM
Lord Ganthor - 03 September 2012 07:14 PM

For those of us who grew up in the late 1950s and early 1960s, there was only one Superman, George Reeves. For that generation, he simply was Superman and all those who followed weren’t. That is not to imply that Christopher Reeve (of three theatrical films), Dean Cain (of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Tom Welling (of Smallville), Brandon Routh (of Superman Returns) or even Henry Cavill in Man of Steel aren’t Superman. Each are good in their own particular way and define The Man of Tomorrow for their own particular generation. But for me, no matter who may play the part, George Reeves will be forever etched in my mind as the ultimate superhero.

1.) Alex M4 Head Morph. Registration Required.

2.) Super Suit for M4 Registration Required.

3.) Charlie for M4 Skin Texture. Registration Required.

4.) Captain Hair Registration Required.

5.) Brace for A3 Cape Only. Registration Required.

6.) Money Registration Required.

7.) 100 Superhero Poses for the Mil4 Figures Registration Requried.

8.) Attache Case 14th Row from Top, 2nd Item.*

9.) Michael 3 Base

10.) Casablanca Suit for M3 Scroll Down for Link.

11.) Texture for Casablanca Suit Under Textures, 2nd Row, 1st Item.

12.) All Back Hair Go to Downloads on Left, 2nd Item.

13.) Walther P-38 26th from Top.

* Indicates item required for this challenge.

As always, figure and prop set-up in Studio 2.3 with final render in Bryce 5.5. Full color render desaturated to black and white (just like I saw them in the early 1960s!) in Photoshop. Inclusion of signature and copyright notice is the only postwork. The color of the Captain’s Hair was darkened in Photoshop to more match the character. And, yes, I know that the head morph doesn’t look anything like George Reeves, but since we weren’t doing look-a-likes and I needed something sort of heroic, this seemed to fit the bill.

Ah cool .. I grew up in 80’s and I remember this one wink
And yes we do not have to do look alikes smile
All freebies are checked, all nicely visable, and there is a PhilC required item.. thou I am not sure about desaturating ... I will wait for musics input in that ( please do not yell at me wink )

Many TV shows of the 50s were in B/W. So that is fine with me.

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Posted: 04 September 2012 08:41 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 57 ]
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Speaking of TV shows, do you remember the show “The Dukes of Hazzard”? In the early 90s, I played bass for Tom Wopat (Luke Duke). At first I was very excited, but he turned out to be one of the biggest A-holes I have ever met. He was just mean spirited and very conceited. Who would have known!

shut eye

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Posted: 04 September 2012 09:33 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 58 ]
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music2u4u - 04 September 2012 08:32 AM
Krissy - 04 September 2012 03:04 AM
Lord Ganthor - 03 September 2012 07:14 PM

For those of us who grew up in the late 1950s and early 1960s, there was only one Superman, George Reeves. For that generation, he simply was Superman and all those who followed weren’t. That is not to imply that Christopher Reeve (of three theatrical films), Dean Cain (of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Tom Welling (of Smallville), Brandon Routh (of Superman Returns) or even Henry Cavill in Man of Steel aren’t Superman. Each are good in their own particular way and define The Man of Tomorrow for their own particular generation. But for me, no matter who may play the part, George Reeves will be forever etched in my mind as the ultimate superhero.

1.) Alex M4 Head Morph. Registration Required.

2.) Super Suit for M4 Registration Required.

3.) Charlie for M4 Skin Texture. Registration Required.

4.) Captain Hair Registration Required.

5.) Brace for A3 Cape Only. Registration Required.

6.) Money Registration Required.

7.) 100 Superhero Poses for the Mil4 Figures Registration Requried.

8.) Attache Case 14th Row from Top, 2nd Item.*

9.) Michael 3 Base

10.) Casablanca Suit for M3 Scroll Down for Link.

11.) Texture for Casablanca Suit Under Textures, 2nd Row, 1st Item.

12.) All Back Hair Go to Downloads on Left, 2nd Item.

13.) Walther P-38 26th from Top.

* Indicates item required for this challenge.

As always, figure and prop set-up in Studio 2.3 with final render in Bryce 5.5. Full color render desaturated to black and white (just like I saw them in the early 1960s!) in Photoshop. Inclusion of signature and copyright notice is the only postwork. The color of the Captain’s Hair was darkened in Photoshop to more match the character. And, yes, I know that the head morph doesn’t look anything like George Reeves, but since we weren’t doing look-a-likes and I needed something sort of heroic, this seemed to fit the bill.

Ah cool .. I grew up in 80’s and I remember this one wink
And yes we do not have to do look alikes smile
All freebies are checked, all nicely visable, and there is a PhilC required item.. thou I am not sure about desaturating ... I will wait for musics input in that ( please do not yell at me wink )

Many TV shows of the 50s were in B/W. So that is fine with me.

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Ok smile thank you very much .
LG you good to good to go :D
Oh and will send you a PM about the freebie maker , or 2 smile

 

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Posted: 04 September 2012 10:17 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 59 ]
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music2u4u - 04 September 2012 08:41 AM

Speaking of TV shows, do you remember the show “The Dukes of Hazzard”? In the early 90s, I played bass for Tom Wopat (Luke Duke). At first I was very excited, but he turned out to be one of the biggest A-holes I have ever met. He was just mean spirited and very conceited. Who would have known!

shut eye


Ah now you have upset me, that was one TV show we did used to watch, back in the day when we still had one of them funny TV sets. Love the theme song from the show   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oU6mPYFtF8E

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Posted: 04 September 2012 11:23 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 60 ]
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Oww.. sorry music, didn’t notived your post ..
Well happends very often, that fame is changin’ people.. from the site some start this way wink

And still you can now tell people a story :D:D ( shoot.. I ma getting annoyed by all this positive attitude of mine)

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