town-house-kirriemuir

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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17 Comments

sketchpad's picture
T H

VERY COZEY DRAW! GREAT DETAILS! Five stars


FreezeHeat's picture
Don't worry!

It's definitely going to work, the base for this draw is really good, so the final touches are going to be amazing, I'm sure of it!


Have fun in town! and never forget the memories you made in it.


lookingforst's picture
Townhouse.

A very nice job I think. A beautiful story.


lookingforst

ariastoteles's picture
Nice job

A beautiful work. Thanks for sharing!


Hola

danila's picture
I HAD PROBLEMS TOO...

BUT SEMMS OK SO FAR..HOWEVER THIS IS VERY NICE..GREAT COLORS TOO..


danila

INANINA's picture
OH, INTRESTING!

AN OLD HOUSE.. COULD TELL A LONG STORY! ESSPECIALY WHEN IS ABANDONED IT BRINGS MORE ATTENTION AND QUESTION WHAT HAPPENED THERE.., WHO STAY IN WHERE..? INTRESTING! DONE VERY WELL!! MANY STARS! Wink Laughing out loud Five stars Five stars Five stars Five stars Five stars Five stars Five stars Five stars Five stars Five stars ...


wungu's picture
A little history ...

Hi Inanina - this is the oldest building in Kirriemuir - built ion 1604 (220 years before my cottage) it has seen service as a tolbooth, court, jail, post office, police station and chemist.


Since it's restoration in 2001 it has been the "Gateway to the Glens Museum". Today there are two floors of information and exhibits on the town and the Angus Glens, including scale models of the town in 1604, the year the tolbooth was erected, and one of Glen Clova, showing the relief of the hills. It also houses what is thought to be an anti-corn law banner (very important UK protest that we all learn about in school history classes here); as well as documenting the history of the textile industry in the town and housing examples of Pictish stones.


A literal case of size doesn't matter and small can be beautiful


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

INANINA's picture
WUNGU

THANKS FOR WONDERFUL STORY! AND WE MISSED YOU HERE ON QUEEKY! Love Smile


Trumoon's picture
Nice building,great draw

Nice building,great draw Big smile