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    Default An Old Train

    Did this one a few years ago now. Some may remember.
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    Default Re: An Old Train

    Stunning. Can you post a few detail images. I wish TG supported larger sized images. You have captured the dull black so well and subtly.
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    Default Re: An Old Train

    Sure Gary, here's a couple of closeups and the wire frame.
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    Default Re: An Old Train

    Heh heh. The detail is simply amazing.
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    Default Re: An Old Train

    Amazing.

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    Incredible.
    That's an amazing amount of work.

    I was going to post something. I don't think I'll bother now.

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    Amazing. They always are.

    It's a tragedy that you don't work with someone and publish your illustrations in a book.

    Paul

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    I agree with Paul above. You have a superb collection of artistic work, all done in your inimitable style.
    This train is interesting on so many levels. There is something about old trains that still commands our attention.
    TJB

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    GJG

    = Good job Gray

    Igor

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    Thanks all for your very kind comments. I had more patience when I did these.

 

 

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