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    Old Town Christmas Eve

    On Christmas Eve in the late 19th century, a family gathers in the old neighborhood to sing carols. While a perplexed cat looks in amusement at the carolers.

    A mother lovingly holds her daughter's hand and listens to the child's excited talk of Christmas. Nearby a gentleman who perhaps has enjoyed one eggnogg too many is merrily on his way home to spend an enjoyable Christmas Eve with his family.

    Upstairs a lady retires early for the evening, saddeed she is all alone on this magical evening.

    My usual concoction of a hybrid mix of 2D & 3D tools...

    oops....meant to post this in the Gallery forum and not General Chat... Sorry. Can someone move this? Thanks kindly...
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    pretty awesome... it's almost "alive"...
    Warm Regards,
    Bill

    ArtRage Gallery

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    How wonderfully warm and atmospheric, Kenmo. Feels inviting like there's warmth of the heart keeping it cheery. You can kinda see that from the whole scene of course, but the gas lamp warmth gives it an intimate feel like gathering inside near the fireplace. . . only they took it outside.

    You have a knack for creating scenes of township, your scenes seem to have that kind of character to them. Very nice. Merry Christmas to you and Happy Hybridizing New Year!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Hello Ken....Like looking out a window into the past, nicely done...love it!
    Merry Christmas to you and yours and Happy Holidays.....
    Steve

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    It's wonderful, Kenmo! I don't want to leave. Wish the story could continue.
    Happy Holidays!
    May the stars carry your sadness away,
    May the flowers fill your heart with beauty,
    May hope forever wipe away your tears,
    And, above all, may silence make you strong.

    - Chief Dan George

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    Excellent painting and card as well! Your virtual world takes a warm reality here and the festive atmosphere seems to play audible seasonal music too.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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