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Old 11-25-2007, 11:57 PM
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Plein Ai.r A new painting for me. Problems still there and still working on final product. Lines are crooked and lettering is not set yet. Background not done quite.....18x24 Acrylic...Bay Burger at Balboa Bay Has changed a lot during the years. The new owners come from New York and are recognized and really know how to cook. Its not just burgers and fries so people come from all over. today I had a John Wayne Burger and could not finish it. there is a building outside in the middle next to the ferris wheel but I did not wish to put it in. Still thinking of what to do next.........All cand c welcomed.John
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Old 11-26-2007, 12:01 AM
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Sorry for the two post.The signs are not done yet and I need to use a T bar to fix some crookedness and the darn gum ball machine does not work. About two weeks work and I'm still not done........John
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Old 11-26-2007, 01:02 AM
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Re: bay burger

Are you trading this for a lifetime 'all you can eat' deal? Bay Burger would be getting off cheap! It must be pretty cool to have tons of people come in and watch you paint. You should post a photo to show you at work there. This is awesome. [Is that one of your pictures on the wall on the left side?]

Only nitpicky critiques right now: The way it's showing up on my monitor it looks like something's really off with his left leg and the table post. Seems as if the post goes right into his shoe in place of his leg. Also, I'm getting confused about the spatial relationship of the wall and the big window. Part of that is the bench - is the wall square to the window or is the window set in the wall (in the same plane, in other words?)

Looking forward to a follow-up as you finish this one.
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Old 11-26-2007, 01:15 AM
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It is a picture of mine but not done yet. The reason is not sure if i want it in the same pic. Your looking outside to the support coming down . also The window is actually several windows that open up accordian style. but I opted on leaving them out to see what a big window would look like. the bench has a support of the window next to it but I left that out to let the scenery in the background come thru. Ouchhhh I see what you mean about his leg and the table post.............John
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