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Dear All,

Just another quick update.

Recently Rita and I teamed up to collaborate on a project called Monday Stories. Basicly I write short stories and Rita illustrates them. They are being published on Mondays at Schlock Magazine, an interenet blog dedicated to pulps and original fiction.

Below you will find two links to the stories we did for Edgar Allan Poe week. If you click on the image it will become larger. We appreciate your comments, if you are willing to leave one;)

schlockmagazine.wordpress.com/…

schlockmagazine.wordpress.com/…

Later,
Malicia

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Malicia
Artist
Malta
Current Residence: Malta
Favourite genre of music: alternative, indie, rock, electronica
Favourite photographer: James Nachtwey, Kevin Carter
Favourite style of art: abstract photography and painting , photojournalism, visuals, animation, cinematography, colouring
Operating System: air
Shell of choice: cameras, the walls of St. James, Valletta bastions
Skin of choice: porceline white
Favourite cartoon character: Two-Face
Personal Quote: ive missed the event
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SolaceinSubconscious Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2011   Traditional Artist
Thank you for the Watch and fave, I'm probably going to raid your gallery with faves soon, it looks incredible! =D
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talva Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011
*blushes* thank you so much
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rusty33 Featured By Owner May 3, 2011
thanks! :)
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Twitchtic Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2011
excellent gallery
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talva Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2011
thank you kindly. it means a lot. Your gallery is exceptional. really wonderful stuff.
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object000 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
Wow... I'm really glad I stumbled on your gallery. I really like your photorgraphy, with its kindof minimal content/subjects...
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jakubkmita Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2008
thank you for the watch
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Rebecca14 Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2008   Photographer
Hello there! Thank you so much for your comment. It is hard to keep up on this website with so many incredibly talented artists, and your assurance was greatly appreciated. I took a look at your profile and saw that were from Malta... a place I had never heard of before. So (thanks to good old wikipedia) I looked it up. It's amazing how many places there are in the world.. and how many you will never see or even know existed. Malta looks incredibly interesting... especially to a girl who has only ever lived in Florida. Have you lived there your whole life? And by the way, your work is also amazing and quite inspiring. : )
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talva Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2008
Actually I am Polish, not Maltese. And i used to live in a miner`s tiny village for 26 years so i know how it is being in one place for a long time. I am living in Malta for 2,5 years now (i emigrated). From my perspective Florida is exotic and id love to visit it one day. Im partly American, my grand- grand father went through Ellis Island and was living in NYC. I may have some relatives there, its a story worth of a Hallmark movie ;)
There are great artists on DA but that doesnt mean one isnt good and in your case you are very good. Its actually challenging, you can compare and test your ideas, you can learn something new just by looking how others did their works. its wonderful thing to know there are creative folks all over the place. And while at it, i think i have sorted out some persistant problem with lighting by looking at one of the portraits you took. it never occured to me you can actually use direct sunlight to work to your advantage.

i have a day off so im grabbing cameras and im off to shoot some crazy old walls or street lamps (they seem to be works of art by some strange reasons) around Valletta (capital of Malta).

take care and stay creative

malicia
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