Monday, July 29, 2013


That's how we pronounce mountain out here in Utah.
I did this on my laptop when our concept department took a field trip to paint in the mountains. I wish I would have done more to group things and find shapes, but considering that I had to paint on limited battery life, I'm fairly happy with it.


  1. That looks like it says "moo-ins," but it's hard to see what would be better. "Mow"--as in "ow"--looks like "mow the lawn." How about "Mao' ins"? That's not right either, though, as it neglects the glottal stop.

    Anyway, you and I both say "mounTains," so I don't know what you're on about.

  2. sorry you are only "fairly happy with it" !!

    That is rough you could only get that much done in one sitting. shame really


    looks great, Sam. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Yip. Dems be awesome Mou'ins.

  4. This is Amazing Sam on a battery life :D
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  5. Ameer: That's a pretty cool blog, I'll start following it!

  6. Nice variety of hues you have in the shadow of the rock structure in the foreground.My eyes are still looking around for a hidden sasquatch or a mystical creature somewhere.

  7. Very nicely done! That's something I'd love to try.


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