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Skill is everything. How to draw the Mona Lisa in Microsoft Paint.
posted by Ticker at 4/04/2007 12:10:00 PM
That's all very nice, but there's a local artist here who does that sort of thing on a standard Etch-a Sketch. He does landscapes, portraits, ...
Heh ... somebody's got *way* too much time on his hands ... :-)
Too much time, maybe, but no messy paint.
Nat King Cole
Wretchard:I ran into a guy at freerepublic who claimed that Stalin did not have concentration camps built in preparation for a purge in 1953 --for which the Doctor's Plot was a pretext.He posted an entry to Wikipedia and gave his position on the matter here. I then altered his entry by posting two paragraphs -- one at the beginning and one at the end of his entry. Plus I added a first comment in the notes as a source for my position.As I recall you have posted some pieces on the matter but I don't know where to pull them up. Can you 1.)point to them 2.) suggest a way to reference them 3.) post your reference to wikipedia. Somehow this reminds me of painting by the numbers.Mona Lisa is better looking.
This William Tucker piece in the American Spectator quotes kipling's "white man's burden" as a reason for getting out of Iraq.
Wow what a amazing skill. i wish i had time to do that. wow.the guy should become a celebrity on paint.I cant believe the details, stunning.Jonathan (vauxhall engine specialist)
Just remember! No matter how good a job you do...DaVinci had to paint the original using DOS!As in:C:Paint/stroke/blackProbably had a lot of power brownouts back then, too....Must have took forever!
I can't get the hair right on mine...Mona
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