JACK TOMALIN APPRECIATION SOCIETY [JAS IV]

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  • TotteTotte Posts: 10,722
    edited December 1969

    That made me think of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIutgtzwhAc

  • TotteTotte Posts: 10,722
    edited December 1969

    Used some of Akhbour's tricks (thanks mate). Gents Club Color version.

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  • Norse GraphicsNorse Graphics Posts: 0
    edited December 1969
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  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,389
    edited December 1969

    lol Norse.. nice render!

  • Miss BMiss B Posts: 3,068
    edited December 1969

    Yay! So, here I was trying for "shine" -- not sure I managed it, but it was sure fun! DS4.5Pro render, prework and postwork in GIMP.

    The Great and Powerful Tomalin

    OMG, too funny for words! I love it Beth, well done!! :-)
  • Norse GraphicsNorse Graphics Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    lol Norse.. nice render!

    Well, to truly capture your likeness I need to scan your face, Jack... :lol:

    Applying it to Genesis should be a breeze.

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  • AkhbourAkhbour Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    And an "ugly" shot:

    Scene of crime

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  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,389
    edited December 1969

    Nice Akhbour! Those stains in the rug are going to be a bugger to get out ;)

  • SzarkSzark Posts: 10,576
    edited February 2013

    Pops in, runs around shouting crazy stuff...stops and stays "hello" to Peter and then runs off to hide again.

    "the're coming to take me away"

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  • TotteTotte Posts: 10,722
    edited December 1969

    Szark said:
    Pops is runs around shouting crazy stuff...stops and stays "hello" to Peter and then runs off to hide again.

    "the're coming to take me away"

    No, that would be the little green men, scaring the Pops...

  • SzarkSzark Posts: 10,576
    edited December 1969

    :P

    Now be nice, you are now a CV. :)

  • TotteTotte Posts: 10,722
    edited December 1969

    Szark said:
    :P

    Now be nice, you are now a CV. :)

    So are you ;-)

  • SzarkSzark Posts: 10,576
    edited December 1969

    Oh yeah I forgot... well I am on a break for a bit until I can get a new desktop.

  • KickAir 8PKickAir 8P Posts: 1,865
    edited December 1969

    Miss B said:
    Yay! So, here I was trying for "shine" -- not sure I managed it, but it was sure fun! DS4.5Pro render, prework and postwork in GIMP.

    The Great and Powerful Tomalin

    OMG, too funny for words! I love it Beth, well done!! :-)
    Thanks! :coolsmile: After I masked Jack's face in GIMP I mapped it (and the mask) onto a sphere primitive, scaled it long, and used the surface tile and offset controls to get it the right width again -- that's why it's reacting to the sidelights the way a face would. It turned out to be a pretty subtle effect in this, I probably could've mapped it onto a plane primitive or just postworked it in and it wouldn't've made much difference.

    This set's turned out to be pretty popular -- lovely renders, people!

  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,389
    edited December 1969

    Totte said:
    Szark said:
    :P

    Now be nice, you are now a CV. :)

    So are you ;-)

    Oh I never noticed that, nice one! well deserved too :)

  • TotteTotte Posts: 10,722
    edited February 2013

    Totte said:
    Szark said:
    :P

    Now be nice, you are now a CV. :)

    So are you ;-)

    Oh I never noticed that, nice one! well deserved too :)

    Thank you, I was promoted yesterday ;-)

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  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,389
    edited December 1969

    Totte said:
    Totte said:
    Szark said:
    :P

    Now be nice, you are now a CV. :)

    So are you ;-)

    Oh I never noticed that, nice one! well deserved too :)

    Thank you, I was promoted yesterday ;-)

    Sounds like a reason to celebrate.. gentleman, get your whiskey glasses ready ;) will meet you on the floor shortly !

  • SzarkSzark Posts: 10,576
    edited December 1969

    LOL you bunch of drunken so and sos.

    (spoken with a broad scottish accent) I'll have two pints of heavy

  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 31,158
    edited December 1969

    Szark said:
    LOL you bunch of drunken so and sos.

    (spoken with a bad scottish accent) I'll have two pints of heavy

    I corrected your post in my quote, you had added an extra couple of letters.. How can someone who spent many years in New Zee, now lives in sunny Yorkshire ever have anything else. :coolgrin:

  • TotteTotte Posts: 10,722
    edited December 1969

    chohole said:
    Szark said:
    LOL you bunch of drunken so and sos.

    (spoken with a bad scottish accent) I'll have two pints of heavy

    I corrected your post in my quote, you had added an extra couple of letters.. How can someone who spent many years in New Zee, now lives in sunny Yorkshire ever have anything else. :coolgrin:

    And that's why we Swedes just love the Brits ;-)

  • SzarkSzark Posts: 10,576
    edited December 1969

    LOL Well true chohole but it is like this you see...I have this dialogue in my head from years ago when Billy Connolly did a peice about two Two Scotsmen in Rome.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKMQKgSnGy8

  • TotteTotte Posts: 10,722
    edited February 2013

    This whole discussion made me remember when I was in Edinburgh a couple of years ago, and we took a guided bus tour around.
    The guide asked at the end if someone had experienced troubles understanding his accent. Then he told a story when he was in London for a wedding, and he had taken some photos and rushed to a quick-photo place to get them developed (the episode was some years back before everyone had digital cameras).

    He stood at the desk and the girl behind the desk made this weird sound, Noim! And then again, Noim! and again Noim!
    After a while the gent behind him said - "She's asking for your name you silly Scotsman!"

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  • SzarkSzark Posts: 10,576
    edited December 1969

    ROFLOL Totte love it.....I got the same when I first came home with a broad Kiwi accent which I still have but a little quieter and muted but still noticable. Did wonders for the sex life. Humm too much info perhaps but it is the truth. ;)

  • cosmo71cosmo71 Posts: 3,609
    edited December 1969

    an old one in monochrome-style

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  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 31,158
    edited February 2013

    Totte said:
    This whole discussion made me remember when I was in Edinburgh a couple of years ago, and we took a guided bus tour around.
    The guide asked at the end if someone had experienced troubles understanding his accent. Then he told a story when he was in London for a wedding, and he had taken some photos and rushed to a quick-photo place to get them developed (the episode was some years back before everyone had digital cameras).

    He stood at the desk and the girl behind the desk made this weird sound, Noim! And then again, Noim! and again Noim!
    After a while the gent behind him said - "She's asking for your name you silly Scotsman!"

    My ex sister-in-law has a definite North West Kent riverside accent, by which I mean similar to but not quite SE London with a tiny bit of Romany cant adding to it it, as we had quite a thriving Gypsy community on the Thames marshes. She was "going out with" a friend of ours from Texas who took her to the US on holiday. She came home quite upset because no one in Texas could understand her,, and kept asking Carl to translate.

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  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,389
    edited December 1969

    cosmo71 said:
    an old one in monochrome-style

    Hey Cosmo! Nice to see you back in around these parts.

    Nice render.. hope you're well :)

  • Jack TomalinJack Tomalin Posts: 9,389
    edited February 2013

    chohole said:
    Totte said:
    This whole discussion made me remember when I was in Edinburgh a couple of years ago, and we took a guided bus tour around.
    The guide asked at the end if someone had experienced troubles understanding his accent. Then he told a story when he was in London for a wedding, and he had taken some photos and rushed to a quick-photo place to get them developed (the episode was some years back before everyone had digital cameras).

    He stood at the desk and the girl behind the desk made this weird sound, Noim! And then again, Noim! and again Noim!
    After a while the gent behind him said - "She's asking for your name you silly Scotsman!"

    My ex sister-in-law has a definite North West Kent riverside accent, by which I mean similar to but not quite SE London with a tiny bit of Romany cant adding to it it, as we had quite a thriving Gypsy community on the Thames marshes. She was "going out with" a friend of ours from Texas who took her to the US on holiday. She came home quite upset because no one in Texas could understand her,, and kept asking Carl to translate.

    lol.. that sounds familiar.. where abouts in NW Kent?

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  • cosmo71cosmo71 Posts: 3,609
    edited December 1969

    cosmo71 said:
    an old one in monochrome-style

    Hey Cosmo! Nice to see you back in around these parts.

    Nice render.. hope you're well :)

    right now not so much time to render and I also have a gallery at renderosity where I post some of my stuff that can`t be posted here at daz because of forum rules :)

  • cosmo71cosmo71 Posts: 3,609
    edited December 1969

    other thing why I post more at renderosity is the feedback, here are many visitin my threat but without any comments, so I moved on to rendo

  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 31,158
    edited December 1969

    chohole said:
    Totte said:
    This whole discussion made me remember when I was in Edinburgh a couple of years ago, and we took a guided bus tour around.
    The guide asked at the end if someone had experienced troubles understanding his accent. Then he told a story when he was in London for a wedding, and he had taken some photos and rushed to a quick-photo place to get them developed (the episode was some years back before everyone had digital cameras).

    He stood at the desk and the girl behind the desk made this weird sound, Noim! And then again, Noim! and again Noim!
    After a while the gent behind him said - "She's asking for your name you silly Scotsman!"

    My ex sister-in-law has a definite North West Kent riverside accent, by which I mean similar to but not quite SE London with a tiny bit of Romany cant adding to it it, as we had quite a thriving Gypsy community on the Thames marshes. She was "going out with" a friend of ours from Texas who took her to the US on holiday. She came home quite upset because no one in Texas could understand her,, and kept asking Carl to translate.

    lol.. that sounds familiar.. where abouts in NW Kent?

    A Town called Erith, just a couple of stops up towards London from Dartford, where the tunnels and QE bridge are.

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