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  1. #15801
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    HI Feel Sleepy ok think I.ll have quick 40 minutes CIAO PLoos
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    Hi


    Hi. Just woke up that fortie winks Turned. Into 3. Hours ok. CIAO PLOOS. HASTA LA VISTA

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    40 winks = 3 hours at the close of the market.

    On the London Exchange the wink was down 4 minutes.

    In Japan, the yen for the wink has increased by 5.37 minutes.

    In other news. . .

    Your paintings show peaks and valleys in great amplitude.

    Go man go!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Hi Cap Mac thanks for the info maybe I'll sleep better now

    this one was hard for me to see ok so i've darken the suround as will help when I go back to finnish

    her CIAO Ploos HASTA LA VISTA IVAYA CON DIOS SLAINTE
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    Yeah Still finding her Hard to do Might be my eye's all that Sleeping OK CIAO Ploos

    HASTA LA VISTA SLAINTE
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    hi legs. Felt a bit. Better today. . So just. Bashed out a. another starter. Ok. CIAO. Ploos
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    HI yEAH LIKE A MAD FOOL I GOT UP EARLY OK CIAO PLOOS HASTA LA VISTA SLAINTE
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    Hi ok sorry but at my age I have to break after a session and gives me time to think about the

    next Bit CIAO Ploos HASTA LA VISTA IVAYA CON DIOS SLAINTE
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    I don't know offhand who this bird reminds me of, but you really brought her to life. She looks as if she's about to say something witty, and a bit flirty.

    You're getting good attitude and emotion into your portraits lad -- where the artist managed to capture that quality in the first place centuries ago. It's almost like you're reaching into the soul of the sitter and bringing that essence to you very own renditions.

    Who needs all the spit and polish in a painting when you can deliver that quality that people seek in portraits -- at least the great portrait artists do.

    You would have made a grand story teller with this quality. In screenwriting they call those kinds of stories "character driven" (like Rembrandt) as opposed to "plot driven" (like Constable). . . although you've also done plot driven paintings very well -- scenes of landscapes with characters on wagons near some old building.

    Go man go! Fire up that ol' time machine!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Thanks. Cap Mac. Pleased. You find them to your taste. Thereís no doubt that Renburn. Was a great artist in his day

    But looking. At the amount. That. Goes under his name. I think that he Must have run a work shop and employed lots.

    Of. Unknown artist. By the amount of paintings in his name. Ok Iím not sure. I think he died. In his late sixties ok

    CIAO. PLOOS. HASTA la VISTA SLAINTE.

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