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[20] Artist: suzie | Title: | Time: 6h 9m
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suzie @ Sunday, June 10th 2007, 12:26 PM
Nurse: "I can't understand why you are still hot and bothered." No refs.

suzie: Thanks for the CC. I reshaped the top of her head and redrew the nurses hat in what seems to be a better place also. Nudged that shoulder in, and I think it's a little better. Any thoughts peeps?
Dante @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 6:02 PM
This is so really good Suzie. I love the way you coloured this, very much has that hospital feel to it. You can also tell that the nurse is really caring for him to feel better. You have grown so good with colours that you know just how to use it. It's always great seeing your work done without a ref, to show all that you have learned. The shading is great, I love how you did this tank top with the material texture that it should. Their poses look so natural. This really has that healing atmosphere to it. Fantastic and I also like how you signed it up the bedside.
KuteDymples @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 11:07 PM
I bet I could take two good guesses why he is so hot and bothered! Great looking guy, love that long dark hair. Nice brush strokes and skin tone and shadows. The colors of green work very nicely together also.
grace @ Saturday, June 9th 2007, 2:41 PM
I really like the interplay between the two; she is seemingly so absorbed in her job of medical professional...and YET one has to wonder if she undid that top button on purpose. And he looks like he's about ready to jump out of his skin and trying so hard not to look at that very revealing nurse's uniform. Great choice of colours for the hospital environs, too. Her arm (on our left) seems to be a little too far forward where it connects at the shoulder. There's that thing with hair--I can't remember who but some other people were discussing this on another drawing recently--how our eyes don't see hair as individual strands, it's more convincing to draw it as solid shapes, defined by shading/highligh and add some few details (usually edge hairs that are in silhouette against the light) to suggest that it's made up of fine individual strands. Like, the way you've done the top of her head looks nice but her fringe doesn't seem to be quite interacting with the contour of her head and face.
Swandieve @ Sunday, June 10th 2007, 11:51 AM
This picture is really natural, suzie! Nice job, and great composition :) I do also especially like the colors.... really great job, the depth is great, and everything.

I agree with Grace about the bangs, although I sort of feel they do match because of the top of her hair-curls-- it all seems quite hairsprayed.
grace @ Monday, June 11th 2007, 9:42 PM
Yes, Suzie, I think the changes you did are good. I kind of miss that pretty highlight on top of her head, though. :)

[21] Artist: Swandieve | Title: Primal Place | Time: unknown
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Swandieve @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 11:54 PM
MorbidChylde and I did this, in photoshop/paint, he did the initial sketch, and then we just sent it back and forth, not planning it, and this is how it ended up. I'm really happy with it, and couldn't wait to show it off! I have a LOT of appreciation for Morb-- I learned sooo much during this (contrast, lighting, and most of all texture) and can't wait to get the next one going. :)

(Uploaded by Swandieve)
grace @ Saturday, June 9th 2007, 2:30 PM
This is very appealing to me. I've been sitting here trying to discern what it is that draws me to it. I think the textures in the bark of the trees is my favourite part of it. The colour combinations are very lush. The sense of depth, the way we feel pulled into the picture by the glow inside the the archway are well done. I like how the image is framed on the bottom and left. I really get the sense that I am about to step up over that little ridge. I find the relative scale of the butterflies distracting...but maybe that's part of the story.
KuteDymples @ Saturday, June 9th 2007, 5:50 PM
This is so very beautiful. Lush is the perfect word for the colors Grace! I am usually at a loss for words describing what I see, and that is the word for this picture/colors. I love the addition of the butterflies. The blues in them really adds something to this picture. The moss growing on the bottom part of the branch and the light coming from the background are my favorite parts of this picture. Perfection is what I see in this. I don't think it gets any better in my opinion.
suzie @ Saturday, June 9th 2007, 6:41 PM
Gosh this is a great collab you two! I've been studying this for a while and think I spotted a creature in it, or parts of one anyway. I see the bark texture on most of the uprights but the object laying across the pathway looks like a tail of say a dragon or something, and then along the left side there are 3 appendages that could be knuckles of a claw type thing. I bet I am so wrong but even in the first B&amp;W draw its different as if its meant to be some creature.
Anyway I am liking the way the pathway leads us into the glowing orbness in the distance. Really Great work you two. :D

[1] Artist: Swandieve | Title: glace | Time: 2h 23m
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Swandieve @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 12:17 AM
liiittle bit of a reference used, but I'd still call this my own. Much like Grace's paintings-of-paintings.
vere @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 12:52 PM
Her body is shaded lovely and the background is shaded lovely...too! I bow to your shading abilities. There's something unsettling about this picture. I really like the way the hands seem as if they are moving.
grace @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 2:36 PM
Murky shadows in the corners so cool so deep make me feel a certain kind hopelessness. Juxtaposed with the ethereal strawberry ice cream of the uplifting almost floating dancer there is such a dreamscape. With fluttering hands like birds she is so vulnerable to spikes in railings.
suzie @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 6:43 PM
For me this feels like hope drifting through hallways of desolation. Although there is danger, she is light bright and good, and the dark depressing surroundings can't hurt her. I do wonder about how the whole draw is soft yet the railings appear hard, sharp and cold..I don't like what they seem to represent to me.
Lovely balance and pose, plus the blurring of her hands gives such delicate movement. Great work :D
KuteDymples @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 11:08 PM
She is so delicate, that pose and her soft delicate clothing even the detection of motion is really good in this. I do miss her face though, I feel she is absolutely beautiful and would have loved to see her facial features.
Opium @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 11:18 PM
I like how she's beautiful in an environment that doesn't scream ballet. This is funny too because last night I did a ballerina picture, and then like most of my pictures, ended up just deleting it in the end ;)
Suntan @ Sunday, June 10th 2007, 1:36 PM
Is this a secret desire of yours, swan? It all seems so contained, blocked in, tipped and unidentifiable, right down to her face. Not your painting but the meaning. Quite a contradiction there between grace and solid murkiness. Interesting piece and so are the comments. :)
Swandieve @ Thursday, June 14th 2007, 6:20 PM
hhehheh, no, not a secret desire :)

My secret desire (shhh) is to be a beekeeper.

[19] Artist: Dante | Title: Legacy of Love | Time: 5h 36m
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Dante @ Thursday, June 7th 2007, 6:46 PM
I was trying to draw what the cover of Suzie's book would look like. I was going for an novel cover look but the more I worked on it.. it started to look more like a movie poster. Well I hope you could recognize the actors playing the main leading roles. I couldn't think of a background for this, so I just left it plain white.
suzie @ Thursday, June 7th 2007, 6:51 PM
Flipping heck's better than any of the illustrations inside it..lmao I love it, especially Brad..*wolf whistles*, and you know I love Sandra..clever you.
That shine on her hair is ACE, and his natural low slung jeans over such a body..oooo you picked out the major first emotions of the attraction between them both..WD Love it :D
Dante @ Thursday, June 7th 2007, 7:00 PM
Thank you Suzie, I am happy that you love this. yes, he is going over to carry her to her x-ray. I'm glad I have captured that moment. I was trying to work something more of a poster look with how to get Lacey's in the background since it's a major part of the story. I was also trying to do something with an easel but don't think it will work well. I think it looks nice like this too, but still need a little something. Again, I am very happy that you like this and yes I do know that you love these two actors.
grace @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 2:42 PM
Terrific expressions, Bri, for that opening scene in the story. He looks very amused but there's a certain unreadable aspect to his face, too. She looks chagrined, and you get the feeling she is using a lot of will power to keep herself from looking at him. It's like "Oh, who me? Did I fall? Oh, I guess I did. Huhn. Whaddya know. No, no, I'm fine." But you can see the pain she is hiding from her broken ankle, too. Nice composition and I like the white background. It gives a feeling of a hot, summer day when the sky is nearly white and sort of explains, visually, why he is shirtless.

[10] Artist: bakenius | Title: Pimp my Rembrandt | Time: unknown
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bakenius @ Thursday, June 7th 2007, 2:52 PM
GOLDEN GINKGO AWARD Congratulations, bakenius!

This is another odd time-consuming oekaki drawing I did last year...

I wanted to study what made the astounding Rembrandt portraits tick, but once I got that fairly well I started to have a little fun, making it a hustler with a big Afro as if caught on canvas in 1631. ;)

(Uploaded by bakenius)

ANIMATION HERE Provided by Roytje. You made my day with this Roy..thanks :D

(Edited by suzie on June 5, 2007, 2:19 pm)
grace @ Thursday, May 31st 2007, 7:27 PM
This just made my day...maybe, even, my whole week. Leo, besides having such amazing skill, you have a great sense of humour. These rich Dutch Master reds, golds, and browns always make me feel so happy. I love how you lose the detailing of the collar in that bright light.
suzie @ Friday, June 1st 2007, 5:16 AM
The 'Fro' quite suits him. :lol:
How I would love to of seen an animation on this. I know you didn't draw it here but I'm sure I could of gathered some useful ideas and techniques from seeing you draw this one.
I am in love with his left hand (our right), the veins on top of it and his knuckles are so gorgeously light and defined.
Beautiful, even if funny, work! :D
bakenius @ Friday, June 1st 2007, 12:06 PM
Yeah, I'm afraid the animation is long lost since I drew it on a really busy oekaki site where this was vanished from the front page in half a day, it's long pursed from it's database. :(

I have to give it to you Grace, this 3 hour-limit room is a good incentive to spend more time on an oekaki.
Opium @ Sunday, June 3rd 2007, 11:32 PM
rofl this made me giggle! :) I am still and will always be envious of the way you can manipulate the oekaki tools
grace @ Monday, June 4th 2007, 11:14 AM
I know, Opium! I look at some of the effects and textures he gets with these tools and I still can't figure out how he does it! That sort of hammered look in the background? Nice. Sometimes I could swear that Leo has found a way to change the shape of the brush from round to angled, chiseled, beveled.
Roytje @ Monday, June 4th 2007, 2:38 PM
Great painting, fanstastic brown-ish colors.

(Edited on June 5, 2007, 1:33 pm)
Suntan @ Tuesday, June 5th 2007, 2:33 PM
oh,yeah, lol and at the title, too! Just finished watching the animation and I'm in awe.
Swandieve @ Tuesday, June 5th 2007, 4:07 PM
I really really really really really love this :D like very very much. The background is awesome,, the foreground is awesome... the midground is awesome. The texturing you've achieved with your coloring is exquisite. Really tremendous work. And so original. Very cool.
suzie @ Thursday, June 7th 2007, 3:53 PM
Congratulations Leo, this is truly a winner. :D
djramz @ Thursday, June 7th 2007, 9:36 PM
bakenius @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 8:12 AM
Who, thanks! I was right in thinking this painting would be very welcome here. :D Glad that everyone enjoyed seeing it.
Dante @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 5:28 PM
Grats on a well deserved GGA Bake!
KuteDymples @ Saturday, June 9th 2007, 5:54 PM
Congratulations on your GGA, very well deserved. The look on his face is priceless! The veins on the top of his hands are perfectly done and I watched the animation twice trying to learn something by your drawing, but it was so intense it just left me with a feeling of confusion. Not the drawing...the animation. I seen this on the other site as well, and I totally agree that it didn't stay on the page long enough to get the full effects of the perfection that you put into this piece. You are an amazing artist, and I bow down to your talent. Congrats Again! Glad you brought this over to Ginkgo, it is a much more deserving home for him!

[16] Artist: Xyling | Title: Die Cast Heroes | Time: unknown
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Xyling @ Sunday, June 3rd 2007, 6:50 AM
Just finished this job for a band. I severely misunderestimated my time frame when giving them the price so it wasn't a good business deal for me. I enjoyed doing it at least and am happy with the result- I hope they are too! Photoshop. Probably about 24 hours.

(Uploaded by Xyling)
suzie @ Sunday, June 3rd 2007, 8:37 AM
I love that they are dolls! Was it 24 hours from first sketch Xy? Great comic graphic look to this. I haven't really made a good effort to try this style at all..this is very inspiring though.
I just noticed his microphone in the holster..great! :D
Dante @ Sunday, June 3rd 2007, 10:52 AM
Very nice, I very much like the action figure look too! This is a great style. I love the animated shading look you have on them as well. I just love everything about this work. Great work as always!
grace @ Sunday, June 3rd 2007, 7:57 PM
I was so busy admiring the facial expressions and the style of shading it took me awhile to see that they have pin joints. This is so clever and well executed. The mike holster just cracks me up. I bet these guys LOVED what you did. I can easily imagine that you spent that much time on this. I mean, doing one great portrait takes time...doing four? Wow. Just out of curiosity, are the two guys in the middle brothers? Thanks for showing this to us, Xyling. Oh, also, I am noticing how the uniformity of the highlighting on the faces adds to the sense that they are made of plastic.
Opium @ Sunday, June 3rd 2007, 11:32 PM
this is just way too cool! I love the cell shading and the whole concept behind it! You pulled it off so it wasn't obvious that they were dolls, which would have made it cheesy. If this band gets famous, here's hoping they actually make these and sell them and you get a cut of the profit! ;)
Xyling @ Monday, June 4th 2007, 1:45 AM
Heya Suzie, I'm thinking around 6 hours each guy including the sketching. I did the heads first, got those approved, did a rough layout of the poses and then took pictures of myself in the various poses for reference which helps me a lot. Of course each guy has a slightly different build so the photo references weren't completely litereal.

For sake of speed, I decided to keep the shading simple. Basically only two tones per material on the skin and clothes and then some odd white highlights to enhance the plasticness.
Suntan @ Monday, June 4th 2007, 4:50 AM
X-cellent work. ;) Is that the name of their band...Die Cast Heros? very cool.
djramz @ Monday, June 4th 2007, 7:50 AM
I have already seen how amazingly talented you are.
But if you did this in only 24 hours I think that is incredible!
I think any band would be thrilled w/ this!
bakenius @ Monday, June 4th 2007, 11:04 AM
Really nice work.

There is one thing that's bothering me though... that's the tattoo, I understand you have to be faithful to the band members appearances, but perhaps you had to stylize it a bit more to be more coherent with the overall style. But it's a minor thing, overall it's a solid piece of work!
grace @ Monday, June 4th 2007, 11:17 AM
I thought that, too. I think tattoo guy should be shirtless. I mean, what's the point of having all that gorgeous body art if you're gonna cover it up with a tank top?
Xyling @ Monday, June 4th 2007, 1:13 PM
Yeah, he was pretty specific about the tattoos and the tank top. The bass player was the guy specifically who I dealt with for the job- unfortunately I think his character is the one I'm least satisfied with.

Here's the band's website:
Swandieve @ Tuesday, June 5th 2007, 4:11 PM
heeeeee :D GREAT! I absolutely love thissss... great jobbbbb ... :) I don' thave much to say about it, except that I think it's perefct. You really succeeded, I think.

I think it's also cool how you've linked them together with their cords. It makes them look nice and complete, and unified. The texture on the tattoo guy's guitar is also pretty cool.
KuteDymples @ Saturday, June 9th 2007, 5:59 PM
I went to the website on this before I wanted to leave a comment. Boy..if they aren't delighted with this there is something def. wrong. The style you made them in looking like dolls with their hinged joints is perfect. I love the colors and the facial expressions, also perfect! I would love to see this on the front of their album. I don't think they could have found a better artist to depict them and their style. Great job!

[11] Artist: suzie | Title: Belvoir Castle England. | Time: 4h 29m
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suzie @ Saturday, June 2nd 2007, 12:08 PM
This is my most favorite place in England.
His Grace The Duke of Rutland &amp; Her Grace The Duchess of Rutland live here with their two small children. It's a beautiful place to visit and we go often. :D

Used my own photograph as ref for the castle, and its meant to be in water colour style, but I kept going back in to add more detail..I struggle with that alot lol
Dante @ Friday, June 1st 2007, 4:54 PM
It's really nice. I like the stoney look of the castle. I also love how you got the bushes in there too as if that we are clicking a picture from this angle as well. I would love to see the ref photo that you took of this. There's alot of great details in this Suzie. Great work as always!
mote @ Saturday, June 2nd 2007, 3:14 PM
I really like this Suzie! The shadowing on the front of the castle really gives a good sense of depth. Looks like a beautiful place.
Kathy @ Saturday, June 2nd 2007, 3:21 PM
The animation is fascinating to watch this beautiful painting come to life. All the colors you chose work really well together and I love the greens and the dark orange/reds together. I have been wanting to do a castle but never got up enough nerve yet, but you may have inspired me. You have a lot of detail in the castle and it all really looks good against the colors in the sky. I really like it when the artist is able to leave the animation on, I learn a lot by that. This is my new favorite of yours! :P
grace @ Saturday, June 2nd 2007, 10:20 PM

How beautiful. The highlighting in the foliage is particularly lovely. This will sound strange, I suppose, but I love the way you've done the algae growth around the base of the stone where maybe there is a moat or pond? It gives depth to the façade and a sense of age/history to the architecture. I can see why this would be a favourite haunt of yours. If I ever get to England I will be sure to find it.
Opium @ Sunday, June 3rd 2007, 12:16 AM
man, you guys are so lucky to live in a land of castles! I love this picture, but I really like the greenery around everything!
Suntan @ Monday, June 4th 2007, 5:00 AM
Really pretty, Suzie. I love the castle, you do architecture so well.This must be so beautiful to see..Maybe someday..Yep, I agree with Opi, having castles around is pretty amazing.
Swandieve @ Tuesday, June 5th 2007, 4:09 PM
what wonderful detail! And also really wonderful painterly style in the foliage-- I reaaallly love how you did the plants. They look great! I think that organic look of the garden mixed in with the geometry of the building really makes this draw. Also, the red in with the green of the plants. Is excellent. Fantastic work!
flowerandsunshine @ Wednesday, June 6th 2007, 9:42 AM
My first reaction when I looked at this was &lt;&lt;&lt;&lt;&lt;WOW&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt; And Emily was sitting here with me and she said WOW too. She said look at that Castle... This is just beautiful Suzie!! I love the colors in the bushes ...The sky is just perfect in this setting...I would love to have a picture of this!!!! You do such amazing work and I love them all!!!
suzie @ Wednesday, June 6th 2007, 2:06 PM
Awww little Emily..bless her Kim. We are going back to the castle in a couple of weeks so I will take lots of new shots and send you one. :D

Thanks to you all for such encouraging comments :D
KuteDymples @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 11:13 PM
This building is amazing, the shrubery and foliage are incredible. The most amazing thing in this is the building, as I first commented. Very nicely executed, the colors, the windows, the shadows, and the tops really make it majestic. I adore this!

[9] Artist: Igiveup | Title: The curious incident - finished version?? | Time: unknown
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Igiveup @ Thursday, May 31st 2007, 4:55 PM
Another 6 hours :D ...Christopher required quite a bit of subtle shading.


Thank you all (especially Grace) so much for your comments and suggestions. I'm really pleased about this change...hope you like it too!

(Uploaded by Igiveup)
grace @ Thursday, May 31st 2007, 7:34 PM
Oh, what beautiful shadows! Just lovely, Tess. Well done. I'm so happy I could make some suggestions that would work for you. I've asked Noel to make a special room in the forum where members can upload images of uncompleted work specifically to ask for constructive criticism. I am always a bit uncomfortable offering it on the boards if someone has not asked, in case they don't want it or I have misunderstood what they were trying to accomplish. I am hoping, also, that the Forum CC Room will generate some interesting discussions and be a good learning ground for everyone.
suzie @ Friday, June 1st 2007, 5:20 AM
*Takes hat off to you Tess* It just looks so 'right' with the added shadows and he is now in the painting. I really like how you placed half his face in shade too, just keeps the shadows/shading all in line with the whole mood.

Grace: I love the forum CC idea. I am sure I shall use it to great advantage! :D
Igiveup @ Friday, June 1st 2007, 10:50 AM
Thank you both :)

Suzie, take off your hat to Grace, she came up with the idea of adding shadows from the second, invisible lightsource and showed me how to do it. I just love that about this place, sharing thoughts and helping each other to try out new things. The Forum CC sounds like an excellent idea, constructive criticism is always most welcome, especially if it comes with great suggestions!

I made a few minor adjustments; I realised Christophers watch had become brown in the process of shading...and the lad hates he will prefer it like this:
Roytje @ Tuesday, June 5th 2007, 2:30 PM
I love your fantastic style. Fantastic atmosphere in this one :)
horsefeather @ Friday, November 30th 2007, 4:24 PM
ahh i love this one! The book is one of my favourite's and you pulled off the whole mood so well. I especially love the 4 yellow cars in a row. I definately think this sould make a better cover than the original =]

[5] Artist: bakenius | Title: The Sheep Abduction | Time: unknown
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bakenius @ Tuesday, May 29th 2007, 4:43 PM
As you guys might probably suspected, I'm quite the oekaki veteran, having produced 314 oekaki's up to this date since January 2003 (I make it standard practice to safe every oekaki on my HD after finishing, I’ll admit it's a tad nerdy but it’s so much fun to look back once in a while)

And although I usually don't need more then one, two hours to be satisfied with the end result these days, there have been rare occasions in the past where I went completely berserk and spend 6-8 hours straight on a single oekaki, sometimes even for two days. And now this special gallery is opened up here, it seems like a fun place to upload some of those odd pieces once in a while. :)

The first one I'd like to share with you is from my 'rookie' year on which I spend a good day if I remember correctly. It's a crazy little story I made up about aliens abducting an earth sheep and being very serious about it. ;)

(Uploaded by bakenius)
grace @ Tuesday, May 29th 2007, 4:53 PM
Fantastique! And SO funny, too. The wool on the sheep, the cool background texture, depth and lighting...and those eerie glassy blue orbs! Wonderful stuff, Leo! I am laughing so hard at his electronic device with the sheep stats on it. Hey, whaddya mean it's nerdy to save all your 'kakis on your HD? Erm. Doesn't everybody? oh-oh. NERD &lt;----Grace
suzie @ Tuesday, May 29th 2007, 5:13 PM
Oh the blues..I love the blues. I must say that sheep looks so calm lol.
This looks so familiar, I'm wondering if I've seen it on your site? Anyhow, I really like the bejeweled piece of land the sheep is on, and this does seem humorous, as if they are trying to figure out if the sheep can talk and so
You always create such depth to your draws and give them all wonderful lighting. It's almost like you have drawn the air around them.
I'm real happy you uploaded this one, what a treat for us. :D
*cough* I upload to HD too *cough* la la lalalala
Kathy @ Tuesday, May 29th 2007, 6:40 PM
This is so good, thank you for sending us your artwork. I really enjoy reading and looking at all of it. The eyes on the aliens are so neat looking, its like you could look right into them, so much depth. I couldn't imagine how long this must have taken you. Wow.
Swandieve @ Wednesday, May 30th 2007, 10:37 AM
hheh! Cool! I love how smug the sheep looks... like "yeaahhh I'm the most important creature on earth." And the texture in this is pretty cool

Your sense of lighting is really awesome. Thanks for sharing this-- it's super-cool
Suntan @ Tuesday, June 5th 2007, 8:22 PM
Wooo..tons of detail!. The alien skin texture is so neat, I'm loving that ear. The whole thing is super, bake...and hehee..i agree about that sheepish grin.
KuteDymples @ Friday, June 8th 2007, 11:18 PM
Your picture tells the whole story and that is what I love about this! Such detail everywhere! I can't imagine where these ideas come from. My head must be a big blank empty space because I don't get these images in my head. I applaud ones that can, and like I said....AMAZING DETAILS! I can imagine a whole movie around this picture of the Aliens abducting animals trying to figure them out. I hate the thought of Aliens, a living being from another world....It scares the be-jeebies out of me. I do have a feeling they are out there. I just never want to run into one. They would need an awful powerful laser beam to beam "This Scotty Up" lol so maybe they would just leave me on Earth where I belong. :-)

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