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    El tren . . . #2

    Im making some progress, but theres loads of stuff to do yet. At least its pretty muched blocked in. (The train looks a little better with some context.)
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    Ah! Now it shows itself.
    Are you feeling more comfortable with this piece now?
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    Nicely progressed.

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    Thanks Robert! And calzgal, yes, now Im starting to see a fairly happy ending, thanks! Thanks for looking and commenting. Maybe the next version will be in the gallery. Well see.
    The only problem with humor is that no one takes it seriously.

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    I think instead that You started the slope through the last station and towards the arrival acclamations, dear mate!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    You're so hot you're steaming up your painting.
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