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Name Lonnie Bailey
Age N/A
Born USA
Email lbailey949@mediaone .net
Homepage www.baileygraphics.com

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Re: Lonnie Bailey
By TTtTTTTTt on May 08, 2007 07:27 PM
WHRES A PIC OF YOU , lONNIE?
Re: Lonnie Bailey
By Lisa on Apr 18, 2006 05:59 AM
Hi Lonnie, I hope you are well.
Re: Lonnie Bailey
By Anylari on Jan 02, 2006 12:39 PM
Except the image of the aliens - that asi is even very pretty -, I have liked so much your imagenes, mainly "tropical stream". Many congratulations
Re: Lonnie Bailey
By MariuszM on Oct 05, 2005 01:31 PM
Hallo.
I'm looking for Ray Dream Studio dokumentation. If You know where I can find it, pleace wrigth to me.
Thx.
Re: Lonnie Bailey
By Franco on Aug 13, 2005 11:05 PM
I love your work and hope you'll get better.
Re: Lonnie Bailey
By on Jul 22, 2005 06:21 PM
Re: Lonnie Bailey
By WOOBERNOOBER on Jul 19, 2005 05:49 PM
Ummmm.... Lonnie. No one cares.
Re: Lonnie Bailey
By Lonnie Bailey on May 19, 2005 03:07 AM
Heh, yeah I did these image a long time ago. Seems like another lifetime. If you may recall those images were done while testing RayDreams capabilities for a book. They were not earth shattering, and I had done many better ones with the package. These were the only ones I allowed to published here. Some of the other better ones were purchased for various publications. I take no personal offense to peoples comments, you get use to it when you get criticed every day in art school. I even agree, they are not that good at all by todays standards. I did eventually puch the envelope with Cinema4D, and was asked to be a beta tester for Maxon, and went on to create numerous images that they used in their marketing materials. It was a fun ride, but unfortunately it all came to a grinding halt when I found out that I would soon loose all my creativity due to illness.And so it happened, and here I am 35 now, and not much use of the right hemisphere of my brain. Life is funny that way. I hope people do/did enjoy my efforts, I had a lot of fun while it lasted, and maybe someday I will be able to give it another go.

Thanks for your comments.
Re: Lonnie Bailey
By on Mar 19, 2005 02:10 PM
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