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    Looky what crayons can do

    Never used this tool before so decided to try it out. I absolutely love it. The way my pen glided was just like using a real crayon. I started a thread in the art projects forum and thought it might be fun to see what everyone else can do with the crayon. Please post your crayon pics. Thanks,
    Hannah
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    This is just gorgeous! Is it Lake Como?

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    Thank you Macpix and yes it is beautiful Lake Como.

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    Simply beautiful Noogins.
    Christine.

    (Paint what you see, not what you know to be there)


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    Thanks saphire

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    What a great painting noogins, love it

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    "Quel ramo del lago di Como che volge a mezzogiorno fra due catene ininterrotte di monti ..." ("That branch of Como lake turned to the South between two uninterrupted chains of mounts ...) so starts one of the greatest novel of Italian literature and among the greatest ever, an historically set one, by Alessandro Manzoni, a XIX century writer and poet, entitled "I promessi sposi" (The bethroded).
    This painting is a perfect evocation of this start. I don't know if any good English version of it exist which may convey also some of the magic the language the author used, but the XVII century story and many characters may still be quite interesting and enthralling to read.
    It is also the origin of many Italian idiomatic expressions which still survive.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Noogins, you sure made those crayons sing, beautiful scene, colours and painting

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    Wonderful use of the crayon... Well done!
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    Noogins - beautiful piece! It looks like a watercolor, it has that transparency and build up quality.. you have done nice work on this beautiful landscape. I will give your crayon challenge a try soon.

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