Sunday, January 4, 2009

FEATURED ARTIST-Esmerelda







The Pirate's Table of Periodic Elements




Radioactive, Astatine is the rarest naturally occurring element and the heaviest member of the Halogen family. So deadly, you only have to think about it to get a rash. A pretty bad one because of this highly toxic nature and the tendency to vanish with no trace. It is greatly prized by Pirates.





Thulium is the least abundant of the rare earths. It is a workable metal and can be cut by a cutlass. But Pirates prize it most after in has been bombarded in a nuclear reactor. Then it can be used in portable X-Ray machines. These machines are invaluable for seeing treasure inside chests. And for wacky crew hijinks!










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JennieGee




10 comments:

  1. awesome cards Esmerelda keep up the good work


    the seekers 1108

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  2. Travel'n TurtleJanuary 4, 2009 at 6:09 AM

    Wow, amazing. I hadn't seen any of her work. Well done, Esmerelda! I'm in awe!

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  3. Beautiful detail and incredibly creative! I'm jealous of your talents!!

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  4. Pirates... cooool! I like the write-ups almost as much as the stamp images. Nice detail... I can hardly even aspire to such carving skills.
    EMMM

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  5. I am not a big fan of pirates...but I sure like these cards! Terrio

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  6. Well, aren't I the luckiest pirate to see me booty in this fine place?

    I have a few of the Thulium cards left. If anyone be interested, send me a signal!

    Arrr!!

    Es

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  7. I lucked out and have both of Esmerelda's cards and they are treasures for sure!!

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  8. I don't own any of her cards yet, but she sent one to Gram. Beautiful work. Very gifted.

    SFF

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  9. Fine booty indeed!

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  10. I love how you can tell one of Es' cards just by the look and feel. They are all so rich in color and detail. You can tell she puts a lot of effort into the design and execution.
    S

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