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  1. #11
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    One word Gray, stunning.

    Stygg

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    Man, that's super cool! Can't imagine what kind of 'zone' you had to be in for all of that detail!
    lots of my xara-made stuff ends up on my tumblr. NOT ALWAYS SAFE FOR WORK BUT MOSTLY IS

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    I love it Graham, the finest rendering of I have see. I love the layout with the line drawing and the colored one. This is something I have been thinking about for a painting, which I think I personally am better at than computer art.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

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    Thanks stygg, hseiken, Larry.
    Larry there are some awesome train paintings around. They are just such a large imposing machine, and the noise they make. I hope you do start a painting.

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    Spectacular! I have started lots of "projects" but always quit in the early stages. Haven't got the patience (or the skill for that matter) to keep it going. no matter what I do they never look like the vision in my head.
    Keith
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    Quote Originally Posted by gray View Post
    Thanks stygg, hseiken, Larry.
    Larry there are some awesome train paintings around. They are just such a large imposing machine, and the noise they make. I hope you do start a painting.
    I agree Grahm, I wasn't thinking of doing a train painting but the layout style with a line drawing as part of the painting not unlike what you have done, anyway this is something I have been thinking about for a long time. Glad to see you are doing that kind of layout.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

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    Thanks, Keith.
    Larry, I hope you get that project done.

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    Thanks Graham, me too.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

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