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Thread: Sea Captain's Loft

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    Sea Captain's Loft

    done in thin and dry brush oil, and knife, many many layers, ref from old New Brunswick book
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    Excellent work Pat... That amount of work you have put into this is pretty obvious... Splendid job!
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    Thankyou so much Barney, boy when it comes to straight lines, I could not do it if we did not have the rulers in this program, I am 71 yrs old in June and my hands are not as steady as they used to be LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat1940 View Post
    Thankyou so much Barney, boy when it comes to straight lines, I could not do it if we did not have the rulers in this program, I am 71 yrs old in June and my hands are not as steady as they used to be LOL
    I'm in the same boat... I'd be lucky to get one straight line in 100 tries... I dearly love those rulers!
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    pat... great work! and using the AR ruler is perfectly legitimate at any age...! very interesting photo..

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    Very nice Pat, lovely work, I know what you mean about straight lines.
    You and I were born in the same year (1940) must have been a good year.
    I turn 71 in November, where did all that time go ?
    Best wishes
    Geoff

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    Hi Barney, yes the rulers are a blessing for us oldies
    Thankyou Sandra for checking it out
    Thanks, Gary, glad to see others use the rulers
    Geoff, thanks for kind comment, and you are right, where did that time go???????
    BTW has anyone seen Anna AT-TA it has been a long time, hope she is okay, it is concerning when you dont see your AR friends for awhile

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    Pat this is a wonderful painting and I agree with Mike...the work you put into it is obvious...I love it !!!
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    Excellent... Reminds me of a place in St Stephens or St Andrews, New Brunswick...

    I love the small towns in New Brunswick & Maine along the coast...

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