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Old 07-05-2017, 01:51 PM
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Love it. Love them all. Are any for sale (originals)?
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Your work is great. Loved all of them.

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Very atmospheric, Johan. Thanks for that.
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Love the backyard of no.29, top work.
The other two look almost black on my phone, is it just me? Not that that's a bad thing, it probably was that dark in Berner Street. But if I had to nitpick....wouldn't Mrs Long's sighting have been in daylight?
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Love it. Love them all. Are any for sale (originals)?
Richard,

I believe we've had correspondence via e-mail regarding this. You sent me an inquiry and I replied. I would ask you to have a look at that reply.



If anyone else wonders:



As most of my work are painted digitally, using a tablet and a painting software, there are no real things such as "originals". Some of the work I do are painted in very high resolution and these are kept by me in order to produce prints etc.

(here's a video captured showing an image being painted, in higher speed: https://vimeo.com/104724703)



For digital work there is a possibility to do high quality prints of the images, and they can then be framed just as any traditional art piece.

I have had commission work done this way before: me painting it digitally and then printing it (at a professional printer's) and shipping it to the customer. A few examples:





Some images are painted in smaller resolutions than others. This will limit the size of the print in those cases.


Anyone interested is welcome to contact me on: johanwindh.art[at]gmail.com




By the way, I'm very impressed by your 3D renderings of the scenes. Great work.


All the best,


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Your work is great. Loved all of them.

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Love the backyard of no.29, top work.
The other two look almost black on my phone, is it just me? Not that that's a bad thing, it probably was that dark in Berner Street. But if I had to nitpick....wouldn't Mrs Long's sighting have been in daylight?
Thanks Joshua. Yes, they are rather dark, but have a look at night and it will pop a lot more..

I agree on Long's sighting. Perhaps not full daylight, but a touch more twilight as it was just past dawn when it happened. Perhaps I'll revise it some day.


As for Berner street, I just noticed on Richard's great 3D model that there would be a gas lamp out on the street just behind the depicted barrow in my painting. I probably will revise this painting with that light. I searched for correct lamp locations but found none for Berner. Until I just saw it in the 3d model.

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