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    fantasy railroad

    I've a little more "building" to do on the train, then i'll start filling in the details, the sleepers, tracks, telegraphpoles etc. Then it's "inking" and colouring. The two characters i've stencilled in are just place markers and will be replaced by my own drawings, i'm going for a cowboy kinda guy in place of the pilot and a more badass robot (in motion). The composition is from an exercise in perspective drawing that i'm working through. Any critique or suggestions are welcome....but hurry because i'm going to be getting on with it soon
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    Looking good Delmonte! Cant wait to see it further... or complete.

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    good start! but don't forgett: even smoke takes place in the room, it's too 3-dimensional. looking forward to see your pic.

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    I think that transformer robot or whatever he is creates a fascinating twist on the old western style train. H G Wells or Jules Verne might have had some real fun with this.
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    Looking forward to seeing the final version! You´ve definitely got those vanishing points down.
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    thank's for the comments. Yeah it's definately inspired by Jules Vern.
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