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    Train Illustration

    Here are some pictures of an illustration that was made to decorate a train. I think it is the biggest picture i have ever made.Name:  Tåg 9b.jpg
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    Here is the actual trainName:  Train picture.jpg
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    The finished picture was 2,5x24 meter in 100 dpi.Name:  Tåg 10b.jpg
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    Do you want to know what everyone is looking at...Name:  Tåg 8c.jpg
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    The young couple in love, of course..:-)Name:  Tåg 6c.jpg
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    MY GOSH
    this is so cool 0___0

    These must have been huuuge files.
    Where is her other shoe by the way?

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    She was so excited to see his sweetheart so she lost the shoe on the fly..:-)Name:  Tåg 4b.jpg
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    Heh. This made me smile. Lovely.

    And huge.

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    Awesome work man! Do you have a website / blog with more work?

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    Thank You

    You can look at http://www.laj.se where you can find some more stuff..:-)

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    That train will cheer up a whole lot of people for certain. Will it be put on just one train? The humor and the attention to details makes makes me think of Norman Rockwell. Funny thing is that my first thought was that the teacher lady looked like Mona Sahlin. I'm a little curious about the boy next to the kissing couple, he doesn't seem to be looking at them but rather out through the window across the wagon. But then I don't understand his very surpriced expression.

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    Awesome Made me think of norman rockwell

    Also, extra plus if you're swedish and can read everything

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    This is awesome. Your artwork is really crisp; like Frida said, it reminds me of Rockwell a bit.

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    Thank you all! I mean, to be compared to Norman Rockwell's not the worst thing that can happen.
    AND yes it will probably be even better if you know Swedish .. :-)
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    I've been gone from CA for too long.

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    this is amazing! I'm a long time lurker but seeing this made me create a profile! wonderful work!

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    Fantastiskt! Nice touch med prinsesstårtesmaken där på Estrella. Skulle förmodligen inte dra in storskovan... Var kan detta tåg ses?

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    Absolutely love it, did you use real people as reference photos?

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    amazing, i like the expressions of the characters and the connection between them
    absolutley awesome...

    how long did it take you to finalize?

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    Really good work. Impressive! Must have taken quite some time. Like the newspaper-text . Must be incredible to see that in real life for you.

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    Wonderful work! It's nice to see that it's out in public where everyone can see it.

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    It was made in 10 days. Here is the first sketch.

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    This is just absolutely jaw-dropping, your work is so stunning and feels so alive. As if I've known and seen such people on the bus myself.

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    Excellent work! Great train decor

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    Great stuff - thanks for sharing! And in addition to Rockwell I see a bit of J.C. Leyendecker in there too (which isn't meant to take away from your work one bit - adds to it in fact)!

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    That's beautiful ! I really like the attention to details... and considering how huge this illustration actually is. It boggles the mind!

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    Hello and thank you so much.
    I have not heard of J.C. Leyendecker before but checked on the web and could see what you mean. He has a little edgier style that you might not find in Norman Rockwells work. Thanks for the tip.
    I looked at your pages but they did not work. I do not know if it's a temporary problem or if the page does not work.

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    Hello and thank you so much.
    I have not heard of J.C. Leyendecker before but checked on the web and could see what you mean. He has a little edgier style that you might not find in Norman Rockwells work. Thanks for the tip.
    I looked at your pages but they did not work. I do not know if it's a temporary problem or if the page does not work.

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    You made that in 10 days? Wow. Fuck me.

    Did that include taking the photos for refference?

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    Thanks for at least trying to check out my stuff Ahlberg...yeah, the portfolio images seem to be missing. Oh well, nothing in your league anyway. I'm glad I could share the Leyendecker tip though! Definitely more crisp and graphic than Rockwell. Leyendecker, Rockwell and Dean Cornwell were contemporaries and sort of the big three for Saturday Evening Post covers. Great stuff on your website as well! Keep posting!

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