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    Passing Train

    A try with layers and abstract. I enjoy viewing the graffiti on the trains as they pass. Some of them are amazing.
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    nice one and a great source of inspiration, for awhile I was looking at getting a buncy of artist quality sprays ( they come in a huge artistic color spectrum from dick blick ) but in the end due to
    lack of space ( a real studio ) and money I didn't but wow you can sure do some amazing things with the art materials available now, and I am drawn to the street art and graffiti. I love what
    you have accomplished here, and can only encourage your continued explorations...

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    Hi Gary, Thank you. This one was fun. I remember years ago when my kids were very young, I wanted to paint our swing set for them. It was one built especially by my father in law for them. It was amazing. I drove to the nearest hardware store. With my son on my hip and my daughter holding my hand I waited with cart full of spray paints ready to do something fabulous for them. When I was ready to pay for them, the cashier said she must have my drivers license to buy them. They required identification because of the vandalism nearby with spray paint. I think it was years before I bought anymore, haha. Crazy, huh? I could just imagine sneaking out with my kids painting on trains and abandoned buildings in the middle of the night, sure...makes sense, doesn't it? Oh well....now I am so pleased we are able to give it our all with the digital art programs and print whatever we please. No drivers license required.

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    Very cool. With all the angles one's observing from it's surely a sight seeing train. One ticket, no waiting. Love it.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    I think the metallic areas and harsh edges in the background go well with this idea. Nice one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Very cool. With all the angles one's observing from it's surely a sight seeing train. One ticket, no waiting. Love it.
    Let's enjoy the ride, D Akey. Thanks so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveRage View Post
    I think the metallic areas and harsh edges in the background go well with this idea. Nice one!
    Thanks, Dave! Always a blast!

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