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Monday, January 29, 2007

Partially recovered



Thanks to Murry, I can manage scanning and posting!



It's odd using someone else's machine -- just like a brush or a pen, or a hand, my computer began to feel like a seamless extension of my thoughts and intentions.

I'll try loading and massaging some photos tomorrow.

The images I'll be posting may be a little less "clean" because of my awkwardness with an unfamiliar keyboard and monitor...but I'm so happy to have the ability to share again! Three cheers for the tech-supportive hubbie!

12 comments:

marja-leena said...

Three cheers to you both! Happy to have you back, now with images.

jarvenpa said...

wonderful to see your sketches again; they have so much vibrancy. And good to have a tech-supportive hubbie indeed. I have an eldest son whose career involves computers, who is never too busy to answer his mom's call for help (as in "why is my computer making this highpitched sound and not doing anything right" "Check the keyboard, mom, did you lean a book on it?"
Yep. Problem fixed.

MB said...

Hip hip hooray!
Hip hip hooray!
Hip hip hooray!

Thanks, Murry!

Mise said...

Great! :D

Lori Witzel said...

Thanks, everyone -- will attempt to prep a photo or two tonight.

And since I can post skecthes, I need to go and sketch more (you see how y'all help keep me practicing?)

:-)

Will make sure Murry hears the cheers!

Ed Maskevich said...

Let us all raise our glasses to Murray. Hopefully he didn't do it because he is afraid of a power lifting, crazy, weed eating woman who personally knows Nostradamus.

marlyat2 said...

I think it is quite sensible of a man to fear a power-lifting, crazy, weed-eating woman who is acquainted with Nostradamus...

On the other hand, Murray probably has a formidable array of adjectival qualities; how else could he be married to Lori?

PMBC said...

Great to have your sketches again!

Larry Ayers said...

Nice to see more of your sketches, Lori! Add my thanks to those others directed towards Murry.

benconservato said...

Yeah! For the sketches, of course.
I am sorry to hear your computer is still on the fritz as it is said... I hope you get it back and working soon, but thanks for showing us your sketches...

Laura said...

Your lines ARE clean and also lissome and strong and chockful of information, such as how the facial muscles relax when one is asleep. That woman is a perfect case in point---light sleep, lightly relaxed and static muscles.
So glad you're moving back into the light ;D.
Laur(elines)
I sign that way bc I never know when Blogger is going to let my name link to my blog. Very capricious, that Blogger.

Kennyo said...

I really enjoy your sketches and I like your line work

very nice

-Kenny Oliver

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http://kennyoliverart.blogspot.com/