Saturday, February 13, 2010

Spoofing Nymphs and Satyr

Welcome to my blog! There are some changes to the format of The Pagan Sphinx. To make it easier to find older posts, I've put three posts to a page. To find posts older than that, please look for the "older posts" link at the bottom of the three posts. All of the sidebar information, including my blog lists and art resources, can now be found at the bottom of the posts page. Enjoy the larger image format!




5 comments:

  1. That image gave me a hearty laugh.

    When you get, hahahaha, spare time, you might want to consider putting the stuff at the bottom in columns.

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  2. Pretty funny take from worth1000.com but I prefer your original.

    Now I'm much happier with the new arrangement here. The green is definitely easier on the eye as well as being a more unique choice than the black background. It looks good.

    Now that I'm spending more time painting I've been thinking about how to make them easier to see on the blog. Then again, I don't have a high style art blog or lots of wonderful photographs so I'll just keep thinking.

    I hope you had a good trip. Happy anniversary.

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  3. you'd think they [man and spidey] would have better things to do... ;)
    xoxo

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  4. I thought it was a clever and well-crafted parody, too!

    Susan: I'm glad you gave me honest advise about the new lay-out. WP didn't like all the black space either and told me so in no uncertain terms! He also requested bigger font size for ease on our aging eyesight! Thanks for being such a good friend. For everything, really.

    Linda: happy day to you, too. I'm going over to VPM right now! Love you!

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