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Bobbie Jean Pentecost
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Everything you need to know about me can be found here: fav.me/d4b6hqb

COMMISSIONS: I am currently closed. I will make an announcement when I reopen.

Please check out my Shapeways shop: www.shapeways.com/shops/bobbie… All proceeds go towards student loans, supporting my elderly parents, and paying medical debt.
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Nice to know that even five years after having played a Silent Hill game, I can still awaken at 5:30 in the morning from a horrific movie-vivid nightmare in which, from the beginning, when I obliviously entered my dorm room, till the end, where after what felt like an eternity of running through dark hallways, climbing dark stairs, throwing myself into dark elevator shafts and pipeways filled with scuttling monstrosities, after glimpsing that distinct silhouette coming around so many corners, I succumb to a sense of great futility and anguish as I realize that there is no escaping the Red Pyramid except in death. Thereafter, I throw myself from the top story of a building, ending my misery on a rainy New York sidewalk.

He had finally cornered me in a stairwell. The door behind me was locked and there was no way past him. He came up the stairs with excruciating, deliberate slowness to draw out my tortured anticipation for as long as possible. When he finally came to greet me, he drew up his Great Knife, longer than I am tall, probably weighing about as much, and plunged it through the door behind me. He hesitated there and I heard unfathomable sounds from under his rusted hood- a lament of hell echoing through the void. He pulled his sword out slowly, metal screeching against metal like the shriek of some hellion beast.

'HAHA!' you bastard, I thought, reaching through the enormous gash and unlocking the door. 'You cannot have me.' I ran, almost gleefully, towards the edge of the roof and without hesitation flung myself off. Anguish and miserable futility became delight. I won. Wind roared in my ears as I plummeted to my demise, happy that I had not met the fate so many others had at the end of his sword. I suppose I was not really happy but satisfied. It was over- my struggling, the running, the fear, the dark- it was all over. Never again would I see that silhouette looming around the corner. Never again would I turn only to run right into one of his gibbering, crazed attendants. Never again would I know the fear of hearing the screech of his Great Knife dragging across the floor. Finally, I could rest.

As my fall neared its end and the curtains of my life drew to a close, the citygoers watched me plummet, their faces frozen in horror. None of them seemed to notice the tall, hooded, sword-bearer in their midst.



So yeah. I'm never going to sleep again. I don't know why my brain does this shit to me. I mean... really. What the hell?

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Nice to know that even five years after having played a Silent Hill game, I can still awaken at 5:30 in the morning from a horrific movie-vivid nightmare in which, from the beginning, when I obliviously entered my dorm room, till the end, where after what felt like an eternity of running through dark hallways, climbing dark stairs, throwing myself into dark elevator shafts and pipeways filled with scuttling monstrosities, after glimpsing that distinct silhouette coming around so many corners, I succumb to a sense of great futility and anguish as I realize that there is no escaping the Red Pyramid except in death. Thereafter, I throw myself from the top story of a building, ending my misery on a rainy New York sidewalk.

He had finally cornered me in a stairwell. The door behind me was locked and there was no way past him. He came up the stairs with excruciating, deliberate slowness to draw out my tortured anticipation for as long as possible. When he finally came to greet me, he drew up his Great Knife, longer than I am tall, probably weighing about as much, and plunged it through the door behind me. He hesitated there and I heard unfathomable sounds from under his rusted hood- a lament of hell echoing through the void. He pulled his sword out slowly, metal screeching against metal like the shriek of some hellion beast.

'HAHA!' you bastard, I thought, reaching through the enormous gash and unlocking the door. 'You cannot have me.' I ran, almost gleefully, towards the edge of the roof and without hesitation flung myself off. Anguish and miserable futility became delight. I won. Wind roared in my ears as I plummeted to my demise, happy that I had not met the fate so many others had at the end of his sword. I suppose I was not really happy but satisfied. It was over- my struggling, the running, the fear, the dark- it was all over. Never again would I see that silhouette looming around the corner. Never again would I turn only to run right into one of his gibbering, crazed attendants. Never again would I know the fear of hearing the screech of his Great Knife dragging across the floor. Finally, I could rest.

As my fall neared its end and the curtains of my life drew to a close, the citygoers watched me plummet, their faces frozen in horror. None of them seemed to notice the tall, hooded, sword-bearer in their midst.



So yeah. I'm never going to sleep again. I don't know why my brain does this shit to me. I mean... really. What the hell?
Hi there, peoples of DA. I have some random probably a little bit bizarre questions that you may or may not be able to answer. Usually my Google-fu is pretty damn ace if I do say so myself but I was not able to ascertain the answers to these questions bubbling in my brain. Sometimes it helps to talk to people directly because YOU might know the right combination of words to throw at Google or you might even have all the information I need and just be able to tell me (if it's not too much of a bother).

I am NOT asking you to do my research for me. If you don't know, then you don't know. I mean, if you wanted to try your hand at Google-fuing these questions, that would be lovely but I'm not asking you guys to be my crackmonkey research team..... amusing as the idea of having a crackmonkey research team might be. :P I would just like to know if you happen to know these things or know where I can find decent, easily digestible information on them without having to read through an entire encyclopedia.

With all that out of the way, onto the random Jesus Christ I'm a weirdo questions:

1.)What would happen if I took a common composite rock and did the following:

Melt, high pressure, fast cooling. (Obsidian?)
Melt, high pressure, slow cooling. (Crystal?)
Melt, low pressure, fast cooling.
Melt, low pressure, slow cooling.
Melt, high pressure, instant/superfast cooling.
Melt, low pressure, instant/superfast cooling.

What would happen if you superheated rock then threw it immediately into a supercold environment?

What would happen if pressure changed during the cooling process from low to high or vice versa?

What would happen if cooling started slow and sped up or vice versa?

Has anyone ever done any experiments to see what would happen if certain chemicals or compounds were added to molten rock before the cooling process? Like.... what would happen if I added an acid solution or large amounts of bizmuth? Or talc, metal, glass, sand, diamond dust and on and on. (I know, I'm a fucking weirdo. :P)

Now if I did all that with, say, a quartz crystal, would the results be different? My guess (emphasis on the word guess) is that all this is just the rearranging of the same basic molecules so I imagine the results would not be different ultimately, ne?

Are there any other interesting circumstances you can think of that might produce different results? If so, feel free to share.

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2.) What would happen if I took a very large amount of matter, like say, a half-ton of metal, and condensed it down to the size of a baseball? It would necessarily become more dense, right? But what else would happen? Would it become radioactive? Would it break apart once the condensing force relaxed? Would the effect be different if I used a half-ton of wood or plastic or rock or composite materials?

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3.) If I burn a piece of pine and a piece of cherrywood into ash, will the ash be the same or would the resultant ash samples be different and if so, in what ways? Would you be able to tell the difference between volcanic ash, wood ash, plastic ash, or any other kind of ash? I imagine so but how?

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4.) What happens if you burn ash? ಠ_ಠ Do you get more ash? Does it just get finer and finer until it turns into smoke? Is there anything particularly interesting that can be done with ash? Mix it with something else, create awesome effect?

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5.) All those questions from question 1 applied to glass..... sorrryyy. I know, I'm a pain in the ass. XD

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If you have any other thoughts related or any tangentially related thoughts, please do share. I'm interested in hearing people's thoughts and knowledge and wisdom on the matter. I don't expect to get too much in the way of answer but anything would be nice.
 

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:iconsmall-brown-dog:
Small-Brown-Dog Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2015
Found you quite by accident. Was going to fave loads and then though I'd watch.
Love your style and was knocked out by your gallery.
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:iconbjpentecost:
BJPentecost Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks. :)
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Noxkitsune Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Your approach of mixing 3D modeling with digital painting is quite fascinating! While I don't think I'd go for that approach myself, I do feel like I have something to learn from your art. Going to keep an eye on this page ^^
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:iconbjpentecost:
BJPentecost Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks. :)

It's not easy to mix the two. So far, I actually find it harder than just straight up painting. But it has its upsides and I'm still working to figure it out because I feel like it's worth it. I love both mediums equally. 
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JamJams Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Your artwork is simply just beyond gorgeous!
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BJPentecost Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Very nice of you to say. :)
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Ellofayne Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey there! I just tried to visit your shop on shapeways, and I got this message: (below) I don't know if it is one time thing with my laggy net or something you should look into, just in case here you go!

"Contact your hosting provider letting them know your web server is not completing requests. An Error 522 means that the request was able to connect to your web server, but that the request didn't finish. The most likely cause is that something on your server is hogging resources. Additional troubleshooting information here.
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:iconbjpentecost:
BJPentecost Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
That's weird. Thanks for letting me know. I appreciate it.  Can you try this link for me? www.shapeways.com/shops/bobbie…
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Ellofayne Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
yep, that one worked, I don't know what was up! Glad it was on my end and not yours XD
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:iconbjpentecost:
BJPentecost Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks. :)
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Deezmo Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Mannnn I'd very much love a commis from you sometime, when you're open for them :v
Stellar stuff ;3
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flipation Featured By Owner May 2, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the :+fav:!
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BJPentecost Featured By Owner Edited May 2, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Sure. :) You're quite welcome.
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Johnyvill Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2015
There are 3 types of artists.
1. The crap ones.
2. The ones that make you feel like crap because you are the member of the same species.
3. And then there are the ones that are so INSANELY ASTONISHINGLY FANTASTIC THAT THEY MAKE YOU FEEL LIKE CRAP BECAUSE YOU'LL NEVER BE ANYWHERE AS TALENTED AND SKILLED AS THEM! LOL

And you blow number 3 out of the water so had that is warps into another dimension! I could not hit the Watch button hard enough! XD
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BJPentecost Featured By Owner Edited Apr 11, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
WOW! This may be among the nicest compliments I've ever received. XD For some reason, it hit my funny bone just so I somehow managed to snort nutella up my nose. Then I started crying and laughing because what the hell kind of dumbass manages to snort Nutella up the nose? XD Now I'm a mess. =P

So thanks for brightening up my morning. :boogie: I am amused and deeply flattered and everything smells like Nutella.
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Johnyvill Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2015
Dude you earned it, the sheer amount of detail and vibrant color in your work is exquisite! Happy to make your morning, keep up the good work! :D

Also that bit about the Nutella had me cracking up! I hope Nutella smells fine up the nose cause I don't think I've ever had Nutella before XD 
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funkyalienlovers Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
amazing gallery
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:iconbjpentecost:
BJPentecost Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks. :)
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:iconjohnz117:
JohnZ117 Featured By Owner Edited Apr 1, 2015
Dear madam,

I appreciate your offer, but due to ongoing plans, I would prefer payment implemented as described in my earlier notification.

Cordially yours,
JohnZ117
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BJPentecost Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Dear sir,

I attempted your method for delivering internets and it did not work. The internets simply ended up spraying all over the place. There is internet all over my walls, the floor, my desk, me- I even got some on the ceiling. I think my neighbors are calling the police. There appears to be internets all over their lawn. At least the cat made it out alive. Oh wow! I didn't know internets could fly. OH MY GOD! THOSE POOR GEESE! Oh dear. Well- hm. So apparently, if falling from a height of about three hundred feet, falling geese will in fact blow holes in your neighbor's roofs. Duly noted.

So, yeah. Can you be more explicit in your directions? 
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JohnZ117 Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2015
Dear madam,

I thought I made it clear, but I will repeat myself.  As we all know, thanks to former Senator Ted Stevens, the internet is a "series of tubes," and I want you to purchase 300 sets of tubes from the link already provided and have them sent to me.  Then the debt is gone.

My deepest condolences for the geese and your abode,
JohnZ117
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JohnZ117 Featured By Owner Edited Apr 1, 2015
Miss Pentecost, it has come to my attention that you have neglected to pay the promised 300 internets, due as of June 22, 2012, with your release of "Bernard's Room."  Now, I know you have been having financial problems, so I will not charge interest on this debt, but I must insist on its repayment.  As we all know, thanks to former Senator Ted Stevens, that the internet is a "series of tubes," which, fortunately for both of us, greatly simplifies matters.  Here is a link, www.freelin-wade.com/plastic-t…, that should expedite matters.  Please contact me at my page, johnz117.deviantart.com/, for further details on shipping.  I hope this matter can be settled post haste, and that you have a good day.
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Pentacoil Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I take my hat of for you miss :) you gallery is splendid
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:iconbjpentecost:
BJPentecost Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks. :3
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:iconpentacoil:
Pentacoil Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
More than welcome :)
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