Thursday, April 30, 2015

A quick update

Confederate view of Burnsides Bridge at Antietam from last summer.
Wow! This month just blew right by. Well just a quick update in that I have been painting, but just haven't posted anything yet. I'll for sure have some things up next month. 

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  1. I know that feeling all too well - and I'm on a painting deadline for a upcoming convention ;0) Great picture, really shows how long and narrow that passage was.

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    1. Thanks and the bridge could fit roughly 6-8 guys across so wasn't extremely narrow, but was narrow.

      Christopher

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  2. Antietam is really a serenely bucolic battlefield, is it not?

    Looking forward to seeing what is in progress on your workbench.

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    1. It is a serenely beautiful battlefield. The above picture should give a hint of what I've been doing.:-)

      Christopher

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  3. I get what you're saying. I've been MIA for several months and will be for several more. Thankfully this is a nice bunch of people and wen never forget one another.

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    1. It's no worry Anne. I've been blogging for quite some time and it's natural to have highs and lows as it's hard to keep a steady state of enthusiasm. Many will still be around, but quite a few fall off the road as it loses it shine. Looking forward to seeing you get back in there.:-)

      Christopher

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  4. Good to hear your painting again Christopher! Look forward to your update!

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    1. It is good to be painting again! I think you'll like the scale of some of the things I've been doing.;-)

      Christopher

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  5. Looking forward to some picts of your work Christopher

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    1. They are coming Michael soon(ish).

      Christopher

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  6. A great shot, makes you want to recreate it on the table top.
    Good to hear you have picked those brushes up again.

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    1. I thought something like that would come to your mind Pat with you being Mr. Terrain maker.:-)

      Christopher

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  7. Keep up the good work Christopher, I'm sure it will be worth the wait. :)

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    1. Thank you kindly Jonas I should have something up very soon.:-)

      Christopher

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  8. Welcome back. Looking forward to seeing more of your work. And thanks for the photo of one of my favourite places.

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    1. Thanks Michael and the bridge site is indeed very nice and quite peaceful considering it's violent past.

      Christopher

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  9. Lol! Wait, this isn't a painting of yours, Christopher? :) Maybe some terrain to get the mojo going?

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    1. I like the bridge and thought I would share it with everyone, but I may someday build a terrain piece based on this bridge.

      Christopher

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