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Julian on the Rocks by wolfepaw Julian on the Rocks by wolfepaw
Still playing around with julians. This one is based on the Intrinsica (3D compatible) script in the Total Script Package by :iconcabintom:. He does such nice scripts!

I originally called this "Julian in a Jar", but the more I looked at it, the more it looked like julians being poured into a glass with strange shaped ice cubes.

Done in Apo 2.08 3D Hack and postwork in Photoshop CS.

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classicalady Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2014
This is so beautiful.  The more I zoom in on it, the more beautiful!
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boot-cheese-3000 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2009
wish this was a real psychedelic fractal cocktail. thumbz up award.
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wolfepaw Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Me, too! I'll bet it tastes better than a JagerBomb.

Thanks, Dwayne!
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boot-cheese-3000 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009
uh-uh now! so you like a lil' drinky-poo every and again huh? party animal!:xD:
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wolfepaw Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, every now and then. But you'll never catch me drinking a JagerBomb. They look foul. I'll have the occasional Bloody Mary or Vodka and Pineapple. I used to drink beer, but after so many years of pain pills for my back, I seem to have lost the taste for beer. Now, my drink of choice, though =Rozrr won't like to hear this, is Diet Coke.
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boot-cheese-3000 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009
"diet coke"? like you need to be on a diet! i'm not much a big drinker, just every now and again. i get fed up everytime my twin tries to get me to drink beer or something which he keeps wasting money on buying every 2-3 days which is whenever he runs out of a 6-pack. what's wrong with your back hon?
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wolfepaw Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
In July 2004, I blew out an already operated on disc at L4-L5. I suffered with it for about a year and a half, not wanting to have surgery. So I tried physical therapy, epidural injections, chiropractors, and was just beginning VAX-D - a stretching of the spine by applying about 60lbs of weight to relieve the pressure from the disc on my spinal cord or sciatic nerve or where ever it was pressing - when Hurricane Katrina came to town. We evacuated and in the process made my back worse to the point I couldn't walk too well and I had lightning bolts shooting down my right leg 24/7. It was awful. I got another MRI here in Natchez and saw an orthopedist in Jackson, MS who said I couldn't avoid surgery any longer. It had to be done. So, in January of 2006, 5 months after Katrina destroyed our house and our belongings, I had 4 screws, 2 rods, and a bone graft at L4-L5. I spent 3 months recovering, went back to work in NO starting April 3 and I haven't stopped since (until I lost my job this past March). But after all that time on Vicodin (almost 2 years), I just lost my taste for alcohol. Luckily, I didn't get addicted to the Vicodin. Once the pain stopped, I stopped taking them and that was that.

And, I am not obese, but I'm not exactly stick thin either. So Diet Coke is a mainstay. I like the taste of it better than regular Coke anyway.

Thanks for asking.
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boot-cheese-3000 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009
man that sucks. so you were on of the refugees/victims of hurricane katrina huh? i remember when i moved back to live with my mom & older brother in tx. after enduring my own tragic summer (i had got a kidney stone for the first time and almost died during that week period) there were folks practically invading texas from louisiana. then 3 wks. later when hurrican rita was coming people were scared because of the damage caused by katrina and EVERYBODY migrated to the north side of thangs where i was. gas stations ran out of gas and everything! glad to see that you're still alive and somewhat well and also that you didn't get addicted to the painkillers like so many others have. i think that happens when people get depressed and down on themselves and the only thing that helps them cope is the legal pharmeceudical dope.
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rvallync Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2009
:clap: Make mine a double pleashe. (hic) :D
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wolfepaw Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Do you want that with or without an olive?
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