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This is so damn real railway station of Victorian time, I can feel the smoke of the train. wonderful.
there are many figures, I love that. There are very good detail. fave.
Losing ?? a computer virus????
Have a nice day Susie.
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have you ever seen the rain??? " - Creedence Clearwater Revival
what I meant by losing is I would edit this picture and work on it for about an hour each time and when I was just getting around to saving it the screen would go blank then an error message would pop up and when I refreshed the screen all of my edits would be gone. So then I had to re do all of the edits again. If I worked on the picture for more than about 5-10 minutes at a time it would do the same thing before I was able to save it. Even though I checked the option to automatically save. I think it may have something to do with the file being large, but don't really know for sure. I wanted to add more detail to the people, some of the women, their clothing is too light and not enough detail and the trees to me do not look finished. I might try to add more to this when I have more patience, as I have completely run out of patience today for a difficult drawing. Thanks to EVERYONE for the wonderful comments and support always on my artwork, without it I probably would have stopped trying so hard a long time ago. Hugs to you and all of my other friends here!
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train and period piece - love it!
Have a wonderful day!
Nice..I love train in your drawing
I want to add more detail to the people and some other shading and stuff but I was losing my edits so much I will wait a bit for that. I am glad you like it, was a pretty tough drawing to do.
What a great details on everything even the bicycle. The ladies in this period are wearing the beautiful costumes.
An old beautiful train..Transilvania Express, well-known as Dracula's train.
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