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    Smile The places you go..

    Hello everyone.

    When you are peacefully lying in bed or sitting out in the sun, feeling the heat against your face, or even bored at work, where do you drift to in your mind?

    Describe the colours, the space, the feeling of where you travel to.


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    away from this thread.
    fast.
    very good symbols you chose to describe your thread.


    edit: ok,in that case,mostly back to the workshops or bars where i have been with friends.
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    They are very nice symbols indeed.
    I should have explained, this is for an illustration project I am doing for college. Any replies will be very much appreciated.
    Thanks.

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    That depends on my mood...
    When I'm depressed it leans more toward darker shades of red purple or blue
    When I'm not depressed it leans more toward warmer light tunes, mainly red and yellow.
    When I try to meditade or use other teqniques to calm down it goes mainly in light blues.
    Where? No idea :/, just some random fuzzy place.

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    I often imagine myself being rich, strong, famous, wise and so on.....
    right now I like yellow sceneries a lot. Some cozy, noble furniture, heavy standing air willed with brightsunlight and low value and colour contrasts. Sort of monochromatic so to speak. With some Jazzrythms in the air and a scotch and some antique books or trifles around

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    last night I was working and the DVD I was listening to on my TV ended and so I was sitting there in silence for a good long while with whatever was happening in my head firing at random while the painting brain was on auto pilot. I came to with a bit of a start at one point when I realized that my thoughts were making absolutely no sense at all. Like, the kind of nonsense you think about when you're half asleep. That was really weird, and a few moments later I couldn't even slightly remember what the thoughts were.
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    Thanks guys, these are great so far! Keep them comming.

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    Yep Dave, I get that all the time, where my mind drifts, and all of a sudden Ive built some fantastical nonsensical absurd machine that serves some strange purpose. Its seems to make perfect sense for a fraction of a second, then I realise that its insane, and its gone in an instant, erased from memory. Really weird. I do this almost every day. It can be situations too. Once I had really bad Migrane (throwin up and stuff) and somehow I was transported to like a huge waterfall, like Niagra, but there was an enormous giant thing in the middle, doing something. The entire scene was made of bright light and flashes, the kind you get when you squeeze your eyes shut real thight. It was like watching a movie playing on the insides of my eyelids. I was awake, but in incredible pain. (I had taken som pretty strong prescription painkillers though)
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