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by Thalass
Wed Aug 12, 2015 11:21 am
Forum: Art Discussion
Topic: Horkey/Dead Arts Rumors and News
Replies: 26615
Views: 1339719

Re: Horkey/Dead Arts Rumors and News

Aphex139 wrote:Looks more like a leviathan.
Could just be the serpent-headed tail of the Chimera. We're not seeing a full body here.
by Thalass
Sun Aug 09, 2015 11:33 am
Forum: Art Discussion
Topic: Horkey/Dead Arts Rumors and News
Replies: 26615
Views: 1339719

Re: Horkey/Dead Arts Rumors and News

What about his involvement with Jacky Winter, though? http://jackywinter.com/about/ I'd say Aaron probably doesn't do personal pieces, but I'd imagine he wouldn't be too hard to get a hold of if you wanted a book cover, CD artwork, or whatever else done. It's not like he's only doing album covers fo...
by Thalass
Fri Jul 31, 2015 9:10 pm
Forum: Framing Corner
Topic: Framed Horkey Thread
Replies: 5773
Views: 330655

Re: Framed Horkey Thread

I _really_ like the non-glare of the museum though. So i'll usually pay the extra for it, regardless of how expensive the piece is; i just like the way it behaves. But yeah, the UV Clear stuff, as far as protecting against UV rays goes, is usually as good. *disclaimer: i'm not a framer. so someone ...
by Thalass
Fri Jul 31, 2015 12:02 pm
Forum: Framing Corner
Topic: Framed Horkey Thread
Replies: 5773
Views: 330655

Re: Framed Horkey Thread

mfaith wrote:
Thalass wrote:
blingaling wrote: Not museum, just UV this time.
What's the difference? No anti-glare coating?
Generally, yes.
Figured. Just wanted to ask, seeing as the most common selling feature of museum glass seems to be UV protection.
by Thalass
Fri Jul 31, 2015 11:19 am
Forum: Framing Corner
Topic: Framed Horkey Thread
Replies: 5773
Views: 330655

Re: Framed Horkey Thread

blingaling wrote: Not museum, just UV this time.
What's the difference? No anti-glare coating?
by Thalass
Tue Jul 28, 2015 2:10 pm
Forum: Art Discussion
Topic: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread
Replies: 8819
Views: 606159

Re: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread

Really cool that they're doing this.
by Thalass
Wed Jul 22, 2015 5:21 pm
Forum: Art Discussion
Topic: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread
Replies: 8819
Views: 606159

Re: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread

Something I haven't seen mentioned yet about Poisonborn: it is crazy how much control Sutfin has over those watercolours. As far as mediums go, watercolours are probably the last tool artists look to use for doing fine detail work. Lots of tight areas in which he added them, though. :clap:
by Thalass
Wed Jul 22, 2015 5:13 pm
Forum: Art Discussion
Topic: Horkey/Dead Arts Rumors and News
Replies: 26615
Views: 1339719

Re: Horkey/Dead Arts Rumors and News

That gilded age handbill/announcement is ridiculous. :shock:
by Thalass
Tue Jul 21, 2015 4:44 pm
Forum: Art Discussion
Topic: Horkey/Dead Arts Rumors and News
Replies: 26615
Views: 1339719

Re: Horkey/Dead Arts Rumors and News

Really like that second one. Great sense of motion. It also reminds me of how little motion Aaron typically puts into his artwork. Clearly he has the chops to pull it off, though.
by Thalass
Sun Jul 19, 2015 12:46 pm
Forum: Art Discussion
Topic: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread
Replies: 8819
Views: 606159

Re: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread

I was hoping the dust had settled and we could resume talking about the art. So in regards to the Vacvvm Portfolio 1 strongest piece in your opinion? I might have to spring for Sutfin's piece as my favorite, although I really like Horkey's and Taylor's as well. They were all very nice, but those th...
by Thalass
Sat Jul 18, 2015 2:51 pm
Forum: Art Discussion
Topic: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread
Replies: 8819
Views: 606159

Re: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread

an hour's notice would have been cool but i am still satisfied how the drop went In addition to the Instagram post a full day before the drop, they also sent out a newsletter 2 hours beforehand. Were you expecting a personal letter from Mitch? Pretty sure he's talking about a reveal of sorts, not a...
by Thalass
Sat Jul 18, 2015 2:46 pm
Forum: Art Discussion
Topic: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread
Replies: 8819
Views: 606159

Re: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread

KSUvet wrote:I got the address entry screen only one time while refreshing the "SOLD OUT" screen. When I hit continue, it went back to sold out, so I'm not sure when the "cart holding" actually commences. :?
Sounds like the experience I had as well.
by Thalass
Sat Jul 18, 2015 2:44 pm
Forum: Art Discussion
Topic: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread
Replies: 8819
Views: 606159

Re: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread

^ I had items dropping out of my cart after I got to the payment page. Trying to think of the store that it happened in, but cannot recall it. I am sure I saw people mentioning it here on more than one occasion as well. That's what happened to me. I carted and headed to the shopify page, which pred...
by Thalass
Sat Jul 18, 2015 1:17 pm
Forum: Art Discussion
Topic: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread
Replies: 8819
Views: 606159

Re: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread

On the upside, I guess that will make complete sets more valuable in the future for those who kept all the pieces.
by Thalass
Sat Jul 18, 2015 1:12 pm
Forum: Art Discussion
Topic: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread
Replies: 8819
Views: 606159

Re: THE VACVVM: Official Discussion Thread

I don't think he or anyone is wrong for wanting to know what they are buying. But you didn't get a preview. And fully understand why anyone would want to know that. The drop would've been much worst if there had been a preview a day or days before. Maybe if its something huge like this maybe Vacvvm...