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    Still No Name

    After a hard drive crash, and twice reformating the new one, my patience are running a bit thin.. However, I was completley backed up and that is sure enough a warm feeling.. So, after all the hours of installing, formating, and refreshing, I am very happy to be painting again.. Not a whole lot more completed since the last posting, but some work has been done, and now it is all pleasure.. I hope..
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    Such gorgeous realism... I hope you find a name for it, it would be a pity to let something so beautiful go without a name.

    Think of something warm and cosy.

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    I'm glad you managed to save everything. This piece shows great skill. I'd love to know your working method?

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    Glad to hear yougot everything working again...the painting is looking great as usual..Love the detail in this one but am having a hard time reading the paper...

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    Weemb... maybe you need a good optometrist. I can read it just fine!

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    I think I found a name for the painting:

    A "Fine Print"

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    Hi, Rick it is pretty already. Beautiful.

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    Beautiful!

    Hi Rick, This is one of the most beautiful things I've seen without a name, and incomplete no less. Wow. All of the objects look so tangible it looks like I am staring at the original items. You are definitely a master artist.
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    Wow, sorry to hear about the computer problems... congratulations on triumphing over adversity! And congratulations on the backups :-) and the FANTASTIC painting. Really looking forward to seeing the final result.
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    Rick, this will surely be beautiful when completed - the current stage is marvelous. As in another recent post, your work with the newspaper is astounding.

    Horrors re; your drives. No doubt was a drag, but here you are up and running - keep on truckin'.
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