Hello one and all from Huntington Beach California

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Superjay40, Jun 30, 2015.

  1. Superjay40

    Superjay40 New Member

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    Hi everyone. My name is Jason. my friends call me Superjay due to my Superman addiction. I have for some time been a builder of outdoor faux rock waterfalls and landscapes as well as some wood carvings and burnings in the form of fireplace mantles and korbels. I work for Delta Airlines and I have attended the San Diego Comic Con every year for the last 28 years for the purpose of my other hobby which is photography. I have always loved Cosplayers and they make great photo ops. Recently I made a new friend who is a police officer that loves gaming and Cosplaying and he has convinced me to put my creative skills to use in building outfits for Cosplay. So here I am learning a new trade. I look forward to meeting you all and accepting any help and hidden tchniques you wish to offer me in my new quest.

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    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator

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    Hello Jay! :)

    Thank you for introducing yourself. It is good to know to have such a talented artist among us. The pictures are GREAT!!! :) Welcome to the forum and have fun and enjoy!

    :)
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    Hey SuperJay! I like what you've done with the rock walls and some of the wood burnings you've done. You've certainly earned your name that's for sure!

    Some of your work reminds me of a place I've been to called House On the Rock and another place nearby call the Don Q hotel. If you've never been to either I HIGHLY suggest you take the trip to WI. Nearby is also Taliesin East - Frank Lloyd Wright's Home as well as his studio near Spring Green, WI.

    Thanks again for sharing and Welcome to Zealot!

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    zathros -----SENIOR---- Administrator

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    Great stuff!! I had a friend who's parents lived in a house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. There was a room that had a magnificent tree growing out of the center. Only 3 of the rooms were open to the "public", the rest of the house was off limits. I didn't even know how to get there! :)
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    Thanks I will put those on my list. I love creative work in architecture.
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    I love Wrights designs. I have yet to visit them tho.
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    zathros -----SENIOR---- Administrator

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    As beautiful as they were, many have had problems with water leaks. I think this was because the materials technology had not caught up. I imagined the repaired buildings will be sealed much better. "Falling Water" was a a mess, but it is beautiful again. :)
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    Unfortunately it is all too true with Wright's designs. Water always needs a new home to go to.

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