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Anatomy of the Splay:ALSO KNOW AS BIRDSHIT ART

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by ETHREADZNY, Jan 9, 2003.

  1. ETHREADZNY

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    Anatomy of the Splay:ALSO KNOW AS BIRDSHIT ART

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    Anatomy of the Splay

    A knowledge of the different parts of each splay is essential to fully describe and understand the variations in ornithological dejecta.

    The diagrams below show all the main areas of a splay as well as the main types of splay that the collector can expect to find.


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    A. Sub?nucleus
    B. Nucleus
    C. Solids
    D. Envelope
    E. Outer Envelope
    F. Inner Envelope
    G. Lobe
    H. Detached lobe
    I. Extended lobe
    J. Sub?nuclear particles
    [img]http://www.monpa.com/ba/images/schpleter.jpeg'>


    Schplerter
    Large.
    Multiple extended and detached lobes.
    Usually taken at high speeds or results from extended drop height.
    Often has disintegrated nucleus


    [img]http://www.monpa.com/ba/images/schplutz.jpeg'>

    Schplutz
    Varies in size with large extended lobes.
    The lower ones may contain sub?nuclear particles and the occasional solid.




    [img]http://www.monpa.com/ba/images/sklop.jpeg'>

    Sklop
    Small.
    Clearly defined envelope and nucleus of roughly equal proportions.
    No tendency to lobe.
    Usually taken at low speeds or results from short drop height.



    [img]http://www.monpa.com/ba/images/splerd.jpeg'>

    Splerd
    Large.
    Envelope covers greater area than the nucleus which may be almost non?existent.
    Little distinction between inner and outer envelopes.


    [img]http://www.monpa.com/ba/images/splood.jpeg'>

    Splood
    Varies in size.
    Typified by a single extended lobe which may contain sub?nuclear particles and occasionally solids.
     
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    My kind of shit
     
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    eXACTLY What i was thinking when reading....
     
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    ETHREADZNY - Replied Jan 9, 2003

    Mounted splays both real and artificial, while admittedly still a controversial element of the art scene, are beginning to command high prices. A dual splay of the Blue Winged Teal, dated 1983, was sold recently in a leading Dallas gallery for $6000. Similar prices for top quality compositions have been obtained in London's Cork Street. This trend comes as a surprise to the many who question whether splays can truly be works of art. <g>
     
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    hahahahahahahaha this message board is just so damm informative..
    i love it
     
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    agree/


    you learn a lot
    about a lot of different things
    from people who really know
     
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    ^ Believe me I know alot about birdshit...
     
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    this reminds me of the three months when i lived under a bridge.