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posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 08:55 PM

Originally posted by nineix

I take you error in spelling and grammar are due to the cultural differences involved with being from an alien culture.
If you ARE such, please, let's do a photo shoot.
What DO you want?

No, spelling &c is more properly attributed to my keyboard. I should have gone with a cheap one, at least it wuld have an excuse fr the intermittant operation.

Photgraph any 40 yo T.Human male, and you have me, though I'm 65.

Te only thing I want is full disclosure, so I can go hme.

You make statements about we regular humans thinking we're so superior, BUT, isn't that exactly what you're doing/implying?
Where's the caring and sharing? Some of us would absolutely love to work with aliens in a cooperative venture, but, where are they?

No, I' not saying, nor implying that at all. Just stateing an observation. Actually, I dont consider myself any more, or less "superior" than any other living being.

Caring ad sharing? Talk to your governments about that. The local ETs will not share anything until there is global disclosure, and appearently I am the only one who cares enough to even try to bring about any flavor of disclosure.

Oh, and that "superior/selfrightous sort of attitude is far worse in some ET's

BTW: I prefer 3D Computer Graphics, its only a hobby, but, with it I can get crude glimpses of home. Though I do at times combine photography, can get some nice effects.

Etharzi od Oma.

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posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 08:12 PM
reply to post by nineix

There are two things we have in this subject - the people in the know, and the people not in the know. This subject is an attraction for those who are not in the know, but those in the know know that there are not that many different looking type aliens.

Honestly, for real, these are the types of real aliens doing abductions.

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posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 10:34 PM
i bought a graphic novel called "The Big Book of the Unexplained" at a yard sale for 2$.
it has some fantastic art. and a couple stories i hadn't already seen before.
one of my favorite artists, and a personal inspiration is Joe Sacco.
can't find any pictures online of this particular story he did,
but it was about the el chupacabra.
digital art doesn't do it for it for me.
i get weak in the knees over well done black and white pen drawings.


posted on Feb, 9 2012 @ 06:11 PM
reply to post by nineix

you should check out zanaelf - she/he is a hermaphrodite that claims to have been seeded here on earth by her real extra terrestrial parents - an artist in his/her own right zanaelf has alot of art online , deviant art, youtube etc - its usually semi pornographic and involves elven type reptialian beings - freaky stuff. 5l7l7l0l1l1l0l309l1106l0.5.0.1l6l0

posted on Feb, 9 2012 @ 06:52 PM
I doubt very few would believe an alien -
People only believe what they want to believe

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posted on Feb, 9 2012 @ 07:23 PM
reply to post by artistpoet

true dat.
That, however is the total deniability factor. Artist + Alien. Artist makes art happen. Whos' going to believe he/she didn't just make it up?

Even if a full out insectoid, grey or something very obviously NOT human popped in tonight, and let me, or any photographer take studio pictures, no one would believe it to be real.

It'd be like that troupe of vampires in one of the Anne Rice Novels that had a stage act where they 'pretended' to be vampires, and since, there's no such thing, people (in the fictional novel) believed it all to be pretend.
That, of course, is a piece of fiction in itself.
Still, it's a fun idea.

Were I to shoot obviously non-human non-terrestrials in a studio setting, even shoot RAW, well, people would look at the RAW shots and think it's just a good make-up job in the style of that show Face Off.

This is one of the many reasons why I don't think many/most/if any aliens are real, especially the contactee hug-a-rainbow types that seems to always have these messages about DISCLOSURE.
There are too many outlets through artists, for these Disclosure oriented ETs (that in all likelihood don't exist), to bring about some sort of disclosure, but with total deniability, since it's really just art, or 'pretend'.

That's my challenge/wishful thinking. Any ETs reading in on this that are of a morphology obviously not human, I am an artist photographer. Come, let me take pictures of you. No one will believe the pictures are real.
Then again, I suspect that will never happen, for me, or any artist.

posted on Feb, 9 2012 @ 07:35 PM
You certainley have a gift for sure.
I wish I was that good but alas
Keep up the good work

posted on Feb, 9 2012 @ 07:58 PM
reply to post by nineix

I too enjoy your work - Feast for the eyes
I once saw a a movie shot in black and white
It starts off with an angel stood atop a skyscraper
Angels are aliens too
This angel looked just like any regular guy - no wings - Just a long tailored overcoat 50s looking.
He had a contact from his angel realm whom he conversed with
This angel wanted to experience the Earthly realm again - he loved smoking ciggarettes
He wanders the streets this ordinary man who was an angel
He takes everything in - silently observing the comings and goings of ordinary folk
A child sees him and smiles I think his smile in return is an aknowledgement of kinship or a kindred spirit
He enters an apartment
A woman sits alone in the gloomy room
She is weeping so sad all alone gently weeping
He is moved by empathy and reaches out to comfort her
But his hands pass right through her - she can see him it is as though he is not there
This only adds to the despair

Would you know if an angel or alien was within your midst?

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posted on Feb, 9 2012 @ 08:15 PM
reply to post by artistpoet

Thanks guys!

I see your point. could possibly be that IF the aliens are the f'realz, then it's perceptual, and relative to the observer.
some peeps can see, while others are doomed to be blind.

Ah, that would totally suck.

Well, in my wishful thinking fantasy world where there's a possibility for aliens to exist, though I'm doubtful; if they existed, they'd certainly have the ability to let who they want to see them, see them.

When it comes down to the nuts and bolts of optics, I just want to take pictures of aliens, and get the full benefit of talking to them while doing the photo shoot.
-Arringt hold that, hold that, now try to squint those bug eyes and look secksy, yeah, look secksy!

I'd prolly do something surrealistic like that too. Reptilians in pink garters posing in front of a Geico Insurance sign. Ahh yeah.
A grey with playboy bunny ears, bow tie, cotton tail and fishnets.
Make them look totally ridiculous without even the smallest measure of seriousness. It'd be fun, and because it's ridiculous, absolutely no one would believe the models were the real deal.

posted on Feb, 9 2012 @ 08:24 PM
How can you get a Lizard being to look secksy - Oh wait - Ye wiggle that tail roll that tongue
Spock ears are good too - but that is illogical I guess
I am sure you would do a good job
He/She/It would end uo with a Roger complex like on American Dad
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posted on Feb, 9 2012 @ 09:25 PM
reply to post by nineix

What would happen if an alien ET presented himself/herself to you but in the disguise of a Mexican?

posted on Feb, 9 2012 @ 11:04 PM

Originally posted by nineix
Sexy Blonde Pleiedians

Like this one?

I wonder if they come complete with floating kindergarten drawings in a ball.

posted on Feb, 9 2012 @ 11:21 PM
I am an artist as well,just going to animation school a bit later in life,thanks to the VA.My research clearly indicates contact is an everlasting bad idea.It seems to be a negative experience.Also, witness the constant staccato of naysayers braying like stubborn mules at any possibility without photos to back it up.You would be a liar or crazed and if you really screw up and somehow get concrete proof,some disappear.

posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 02:21 AM
reply to post by SteveR

Fun, thanks for referencing my own work. The obvious superiority of your staggering intellect to detect the purposeful whimsy in that composition is simply amazing. How do you do it?

Please note; that is not, nor ever was advertised as Pleiedian. That piece was actually my first exercise in making chrome effects as proof of concept.

Keep on trollin' SteveR. you're too hilarious.
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