The Never Ending Search

The Never Ending Search

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32 responses to “The Never Ending Search”

  1. I got tired of the never ending search. A few years back I got rid of most of my home library of respectable size (maybe 150 books of religion and theology ) and don’t do this search anymore. Now I just am and read fiction adventure novels.

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  2. Your title reminded me of the Superman television series I watched as a child in the 1950s. The opening narration for each episode proclaimed that Superman “fights a never-ending battle for truth, justice, and the American way.” You can see that intro beginning at 30 seconds into the video at [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0swAKS-5qA].

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  3. I enjoyed this image very much, and the comments too, are also quite interesting. Your comment “We are always searching something… And that search seems to never end” resonates deeply with me. Thank you for sharing.

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  4. Painted with a palette knife. How do you do that, instead of having it look pixelated? Makes me think of classical paintings, but the clothes and bridges are totally modern. That’s plus, plus. Now for the minus – why always MEN? I like men just fine, but would like to see some women sometimes. (gripe gripe)

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    • Well, the process for finishing these pictures is a bit complicated. I duplicate the picture when I finished the composite. Then I convert one version to a monochrome picture and paint over the other version with a virtual paint brush. Then I mix the two versions together and make some adjustments.
      Why I use more men than women? Well, the reason is that I don’t have as many pictures of women than men where I have permission to use them for my art. So it is basically a legal matter. But some women pop up here and there. 🙂

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