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Topic: Weird prop boxes
Message: Posted by: Ed Solomon (Feb 3, 2013 07:35PM)
In the DeNomolos collection there are arcane boxes.
Many can bee seen on the Dragonskull site.
A PM from the curious and I'll share pix.
Message: Posted by: Brynmore13 (Feb 4, 2013 05:09AM)
Great site. I really enjoyed the article on modelling with epoxy putty. Props to your props, they look great. I''ve been playing around with fimo, clay and liquid latex, but have a ways to go before I'll be creating anything like what you''ve been making.
Message: Posted by: Ed Solomon (Feb 4, 2013 06:26PM)
Can't seem to get PM messages though I know they are here somewhere.
Email address is at the bottom of the LR column. Try that way if you néed .to contact me.
Prop building can be rewarding if you spend a little time.
Message: Posted by: Brynmore13 (Feb 4, 2013 10:05PM)
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On 2013-02-04 19:26, Ed Solomon wrote:
Can't seem to get PM messages though I know they are here somewhere.
Email address is at the bottom of the LR column. Try that way if you néed .to contact me.
Prop building can be rewarding if you spend a little time.
[/quote]

I've sent you a test PM.
Message: Posted by: Septimus Hexx (Feb 5, 2013 07:57AM)
I'm very grateful for the stuff you put on Dragonskull and have used some of the ideas and principles. Our small magic club is orientated round cards and bizarre has very much been the poor sister but the occasional bit of story telling with a nicely crafted bit of kit is getting a warmer reception. Many thanks
Message: Posted by: HeatherV (Feb 16, 2013 04:07PM)
Mr. Solomon, thank you so much. I have an overabundance of boxes with which I intend to do something as well, so your work has inspired me.
Message: Posted by: Autumn Morning Star (Feb 16, 2013 11:26PM)
Ed Solomon is one of the most inspiring individuals around! He is a brilliant and generous soul, and his book "Grandfather Stories" is absolutely brain food! The stories in this book are so touching and inspiring! You could write an entire show from this single book. Add a few of his columns from the Linking Ring and you have even more amazing material. Ed Solomon always leaves me enchanted and bedazzled!

Please send me the pix from the Dragonskull site, Ed: am@magicmorningstar.com
Best,
Autumn
Message: Posted by: tom crecelius (Feb 18, 2013 01:10PM)
Autumn Morning Star is absolutely correct, Ed Solomon is a treasure. Autumn is pretty dern good too. As she once told me: "Everyone is doing storytelling, they just do not realize it." Great resources, these two..... :)
Message: Posted by: KOTAH (Feb 18, 2013 04:24PM)
Heather V, you have made a wise decision, as has autumn in recognizing the treasures and knowledge Ed so freely shares.

He is a master stoty teller and a trusted friend and confidant.

I go to him as a trustedsource for magic advice and answers I seek.

He has never failed me.

Kptah
Message: Posted by: Autumn Morning Star (Feb 20, 2013 11:23PM)
Thank you for the kind words, Tom Crecelius! Kotah, you are also a master storyteller! There is some true talent (and good people) to be found here on The Café!
Message: Posted by: Roni (Feb 21, 2013 04:54PM)
Hi Ed,
Its good to see you here. I am sure we will all benefit from your vast knowledge.
All the very best
Roni