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Old Posted Nov 24, 2011, 9:17 AM
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Congrats on completion! Just discovered this thread tonight and enjoyed going through all three pages watching your work evolve.

It's hard for me to say what I prefer with regards to whether a QR code should be added or not. On one hand it may be seen as gimmicky if not now, then a few years down the road (especially if the website eventually goes down). On the other, I do like how subtle it would look.

Perhaps you should make a poll on the Skybar to see what forumers think.
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Perhaps ...polls helped a little bit on picking the title.

On another note, I (finally) created a facebook page for my work. If you've liked what you've seen, are on 'the facebooks', and care to follow you can now


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Ok so the paint cured to the point that I could varnish it and get some professional photography. So here's over 300 hours of work summed up in 4 minutes.

Hope you enjoy it and please share! ...especially if you know any art collectors or company execs who've worked on the WTC (again a third of the proceed will go to the FDNY Foundation).


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"Twenty-Seven Cranes" - Bringing the WTC back to Life (New York, New York)


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Just got back from another great trip to NYC and realized I forgot to upload two finished pics in it's entirety and an article from Sept: Dallas Artist Completes Magnum Opus of the World Trade Center Under Reconstruction By Frances Matteck on September 11th, 2012



Me and the piece taken by a photographer friend.




An overview of the finished piece. Details can be seen in previous postings.



Finally, Happy New year all. Here's to 2013 being a great year for all of us!
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actually i liked much the results showed above.
How about selling it to Merchant to be put at 1wtc lounge, have you tried?
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i bet they would take it. it is a nice painting
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Got some big news. Taking an opportunity in NYC and moving there soon! Amongst every other great thing to do in the City I can't wait to be able to paint so many incredible views the Big Apple has to offer. It'll probably be a month or two before I'm able to get around to it but look for a lot more painting posts to come.
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