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Last update 4/16/2010

Michigan Witches Ball 2010

I am very excited to be a sponsor for this great event! To find out more about one of Michigan's best parties, click the link above.


All sales are now being handled through my Etsy shop: www.splendidfish.etsy.com
Click on the link above to see what is currently available.
Don't worry, friends, it's still me behind the scenes!


I've added a new section called

Gods, Heroes, and a Couple of Regular Guys:
Corbin's Tall Tales

When I create a new piece
of design work, it often happens that they come, much like a baby with a silver spoon in it's mouth, bearing a story. Unfortunately, when I sell a piece, the story is sometimes lost with it. I've decided to collect these stories into a section all
their own, for your enjoyment.

Enjoy them!


Don't forget to click on the BLUE WORDS anywhere on this site to enter
new worlds of mythic imagination.

About the Background Lady

First, I'd like you to notice that she is not in the background on this page. The reason for this is that this is her own special page, and it didn't seem fair to make her work on her own special page. That would be kind of like having mom cook dinner on mother's day.

Just plain not nice.

Anyway, the Background Lady page is here because, while making the background for these pages, I enjoyed playing around with Photoshop Elements 5 (a great program made by Adobe. I am also, by the way, using GoLive CS2 by Adobe to create these webpages. Another great program, although I recommend that you get the Classroom in a Book to teach you how to use it. It is very complicated because there is so much you can do with it). This playing around resulted in a lot of ionteresting images I could not actually use on the page for one reason or another. I still want to show them to you, however. They may not be great art, but they were fun.

Use them if you can. Remember where you got 'em!

IMPORTANT NOTE: All images are copy written by B. de Corbin and/or Splendid Fish Studio. B. de Corbin and Splendid Fish Studio give you express permission to use the art within this site for your own, personal, non-commercial purposes, provided the copy write notice is displayed with the artwork. If you use one or more of these pieces on a web page, you must include a link to the home page of this site. You may not use the art, or any part of any piece of art from these pages, to create any product which will be sold, or used to promote or advertise any product or service involving payment or barter.

If in doubt as to where your intended use falls within this description, please contact me for clarification. Acquiring any of this art in any way indicates your agreement with these terms.

Broken neck
Cosmetic Surgery
As Used on Pages
Ominous
Impressed
Getting Freaky
In My Nightmares
Here she is in the raw... uh, I mean the unretouched picture. Notice the scaring around the necdk. Wife keeps accidentally decapitating her with the lawnmower.
After a little cosmetic surgery. The scar tissue is gone, thanks to the magic of Abobe Elements 5.0. This is a pretty good program - as good as Photoshop for a non-professional.
This is the picture I used in the background of all the main webpages, although I faded it out a little, and gave it a softer color cast to make the type more legible.
Here she is as she would be if she were watching a nuclear bomb going off. I'm not sure I care for this one, but I thought it was interesting.
This one is a little better. If I fade it out a little, I might use it for a background image on stationary or something like that.
Now this one is a bit freaky. Maybe too freaky, although I might use it as a label for some nice home made wine or something equally intoxicating.
This would be what I see when I wake up the next day after finishing off the wine or something equally intoxicating.
And this one is just plain goofy. here she is doing the dance of the seven transformations. Not nearly as interesting or exciting as the Dance of Shiva, but kind of jolly if you don't expect too much.

I need to try some more of this stuff and see if I can come up with something both fun and good. Why don't you grab one of these images and see what you can come up with? Make an animated giff and I'll put it up on a page for everybody to look at. E-mail it too me at one of my e-mail addresses (see the Call Me page).