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Untethered by MollyFootman Untethered by MollyFootman
Just cleansing my palette.  One of my attempts at allegory. ;P

Molly's art notes:  Rendered in Poser Pro 2014 followed by quite a bit of tweaking of color, brightness, saturation and contrast in Photoshop. :giggle:  All the meshes used were legally acquired and if you would like to know more about where to buy them, let me know and the information is yours.  Support content creators, my dears...

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territeacher Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2014
Lovely
Amazing Imagination
Special Agent Super Molly D'Mure, escapology specialist escaped from the ropes in the Bondage Dungeon and run like the wind.
Where was her Back Up ?, Why had no one found the Doctors secret Hide Out ?, sure it look like a harmless enough old house, but She had left the tracker on in the car just at the end of the drive.
The Secret Service promised She would be safe in the sting operation they was right behind her.
Molly stoped abruptly at the edge What? How can this be ?.
She heard the Doctor's voice right behind her, reverse nuclear reaction gravity My Dear, your friends will find a big hole i the ground and think you was Blown Up, Not flowen Up Ha ha ha har.
Then Her Doctor fierd the stun gun, Molly was sliping into unconsciousness.
In one last desperate bid Molly decided to jump off the edge and end it all, rather than be his prisoner play-thing, She knew all about his Kinky S&M.
Got You a hand grab sudden clutch and harshly pulled Her back, I will have to use tight handcuffs on you there is No Escape there is no Rescue
Poor Special Agent Super Molly D'Mure fell unconsciouse.



 
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MollyFootman Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's quite a story to see in this picture.  Thank you for sharing it, Terri. ;)
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CaptainZammo Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I like the hobbit ole in the backyard.  Still ya gotta watch that step off the pier...
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MollyFootman Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Heh.  Yes... the island in the sky is a nice place to live and a vantage point to see so much.  But there are definite boundaries, too.  I was thinking of adding some sort of fantastic aircraft to the picture to suggest that viewpoints can be changed and may try another run at this kind of picture with that addition.

As always, thank you so much for leaving me a comment, Captain Z! :hug:
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abelundercity Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I wouldn't mind having this as my SL skybox.  This week, anyway. :XD:
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MollyFootman Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Heh.  Yes, it's so easy to go from one thing to another in SL.   I actually had a skybox kind of like this at one point. :XD:

Thank you for taking the time to comment, it's appreciate. :hug:
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DoctorDoom00 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
The birds are cool.  And somewhat ironic.
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MollyFootman Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, that was part of my thinking when I added the birds.  In many ways, they are much more free than the figure lounging on the pier at the front of the air island.  It's great to be in the clouds and all, but you still have many limits.  Allegorical artwork is interesting and so much can be conveyed and hinted at.  Of course, it also leaves open the possibility that the viewer will see a very different meaning than the artist intended but I think there's nothing wrong with that.  I think the point of allegory is to stimulate the old noodle to look for meanings.

I'm delighted you liked the picture enough to comment, my dear. :D
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