Yes, it’s true — I’ve posted over 2,000 items on PAOM over the past three days, and it’s not showing any signs of slowing down. My basic aim — strategy, if you will — is to organize my designs into groupings of single items, such as “Cotton Bathrobe” or “Gold Movements Performance Costume” or “Foggy Day Trenchcoat”, then I show typically either 8 across in two rows with a total of three pages to cover all 24 print patterns.
There are mitigating circumstances where I emphatically don’t do that — examples are the Sumerian grouping, which is basically everything they offer, with a single pattern on all of them. There are 16 pages of this stuff, each page is full of things, so it’s hundreds of items in all, with a common theme, the same print design on all of them. This gives you a chance to compare the silhouettes of all the items they offer — I don’t expect to actually sell from this grouping, but you never know. Continue reading →
Here is more of the exotica grouping, again all with only the single fabric design at this juncture. I’ll post examples of the various fabrics, such as silk, linen, cotton and more, that you can order as fabric, and cut it yourself if you wish!
The idea of “CLOAKING” goes all the way back to when people wore animal skins to hunt animals on the plains, and if you want to count previous incarnations and cosmic cycles, it goes back all the way to the Blueline Game Map of the Universe itself.
Yeah, that far back.
The Blueline Map of the Game is real, it really exists, and it’s really, really simple. You wouldn’t believe how simple it is to program in the MoveAct Code, to make it appear as if the entities are intelligent and self-aware, but in reality, they’re just chat-bots, like your friends and neighbors.
There are a very few responses that living creatures have available on encounters:
Have Sex With It.
It doesn’t sound like much to work with, and it isn’t, but believe me, most human beings have no need for more than the dial-tone level of consciousness in order to seem very human, with all the human values that endear humans to not very many Higher Intelligences.
If you penetrate the SIM successfully, you can easily see the workings, all exposed and revealed before you, as it were. It’s easy to see the strings, the connections, and if you can see them, you know exactly which strings to pull. Continue reading →
At the bottom of the blog, I’ll reveal where YOU can get these items for yourself!
Here’s my newest, latest line of stuff, mostly experimental designs on very interesting 3D items — their photos are goddawful small and there seem to be no larger images available, so my alternate plan is to actually order a number of items and send for them and when they arrive, put them on our own models and photograph them for our website and sales venues, plus of course magazine covers, etc. — The photos are intended for easy viewing in cell phones, but when we get our own photos, they’ll be much larger than what you see below.
Draped Short-Sleeve Tunic MoMa — $59.95 — I don’t know if you can pick up the detail in this beautifully draped short-sleeve tunic — it is really swell and dandy, and a total bargain at only $49.95! Continue reading →
Tiffany models Customized Peter Grimm Cowboy Hat artisaned by ej gold — $125.
Tiffany came over the other day to model hats — I wasn’t there for most of the photo shoot, but I was there for the end of it, and I do have all the shots taken in that short impromptu session, and this is one nice one that shows off the hat. This wrapped-fibre tailed & blazened custom cowboy hat from a Listed American Artist retails for a mere $125, and I make ’em myself, all by hand except for the genuine tagged Peter Grimm hat itself, which can be shaped, formed and customized in many different ways. Thanks to all those who did the modeling session. Wholesale on the hats is $65 — you only need to order 2 to get the wholesale price, so you’re actually getting one hat free!!!
Finally got the technical stuff working, can now sell complete outfits, individual items and scripted rigged mesh, in boxes and other delivery systems. You can find my offerings at several locations, to be revealed sometime soon. Meanwhile, enjoy the first pieces that made it up.
I knew Jerry Lewis back in 1966-68 when I worked with a member of his family who was just starting in the music industry; we visited his well-guarded home many times, and the hospitality of the Lewis home was outstanding, warm and kind. He invited me to a number of filmings — his shoots were always open, but I got to watch his directing and camera directing close-up. As a matter of fact, one time it got really wild when Don Rickles Continue reading →