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Re: Will The Real Luis Rey Please Stand Up
Love his work and have spent some time at his website. If I didn't make a
pittance, he and the rest of you paleolife artists would find a great
patron in me. Of course, you would probably have to put up with somebody
who placed form and beauty ahead of absolute accuracy.It was really the
way in which Luis poked fun at Speilburg that ticked me off. Speilburg has
the imagination, but a great many artists and technicians working
for him produced scenes impssible when I was a kid.I would have loved to
have seen his creations no matter what they were doing. Guess when you get
old, you appreciate things taken for granted today.
And, come on, you guys don't really make a pittance. I'm not an art
critic, but I'd suspect you get 5 or 6 figures for a painting or life
sized sculpture.I was really after the professional- ivory tower- puffed
up with his own importance type paleontologist and that's not Luis Rey.
Stephen Faust firstname.lastname@example.org
On Wed, 1 Jul 1998 Danvarner@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 98-06-30 22:38:08 EDT, you write:
> << Speilburg makes millions while you make a pittance because he hasn't lost
> his imagination. He can still think like the excited kid you used to be,
> and don't try to tell me that the cladistics of protosauropods first
> attracted you to paleontology. >>
> If Luis is like the rest of us paleolife artists, I'm sure he does make a
> "pittance". There seems to be an ongoing thread within many threads here
> wherein an opinion expressed about anyone or anything successful or popular is
> a result of jealousy. We have recently agreed to stop voicing negative
> opinions about individuals here on this list. Correct? Luis and myself were
> speaking about a film or genre of films.
> As for Luis Rey, just visit his website at
> <http://www.ndirect.co.uk/~luisrey>to view some of the most imaginitive and
> outlandish dinosaur images being created today. He never checked anything at
> the door when HE grew up! You must be talking about about Louie Ray. And while
> you are there, buy a picture! Dan Varner.