town house Kirriemuir

“This is as far as I can go with this in Queeky - doubt it will playback it keeps crashing flash player. I have saved layers and imported them and originally way back when in Queeky 1 had a reference photo for the shape (the main section is a cylinder) ... need to finish it for something so going to try exporting as layers to complete in GIMP ... probably spent about 20 hours on this recently trying to work in Queeky.”
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ha55ha's picture
Nice coloring.

The colors look so realistic. Beautiful sky.

Bridget's picture
This is off to a good start

I hope everything is straightened out in GIMP - good luck!

Have a wonderful day!

kutedymples's picture

first of all let me tell you that this is beautiful, shame you are having problems with the program here and hopefully you can use gimp to finish. I am looking forward to seeing it finished also. Awesome work so far though, wow.

wungu's picture
Thank you ...

If I cannot work it up in GIMP (although saving individual layers - I hid all the others and exported each one in turn as .PNG - has opened as layers beautifully in GIMP) I will go back to the version that is still Queeky1 and try again using this link.

If I didn't need to finish this for an upcoming event I would just go start from scratch but I don't have time ...

There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Edith Wharton

marilens's picture
This is

really cool looking, I see your having the same problems.. I thought it was my pc but it must have to do with the new queeky/conflict.. I had problems way back when some changes were made and it crashed a lot's getting worse because I had a real tough time getting my last drawing to save and I lost my work about 5 times also uuggg.. I like the details in this and I want to see what is in the darkness ha ha..good job. Smile Five stars

wungu's picture
If I can get it finished in GIMP I'll upload it here ...

... I hope I can salvage it ... thank you for your encouragement Marilens

There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Edith Wharton