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Ottens wrote:

Good stuff! I especially like the industrial panorama in the bottom row.

Thank you sir. That is the Wynnewood Refinery where I work. I gave that painting to our head of Operations as a gift.

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Oh, very cool! You have a very distinctive style, thewilbur. Please do show us more whenever you get around to something new!

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Col. Adrianna Hazard wrote:

Oh, very cool! You have a very distinctive style, thewilbur. Please do show us more whenever you get around to something new!

Thank you Colonel. I really appreciate the contribution you folks have made on behalf of these two artistic styles. I imagine that many artists, in many countries, have caught fire creatively experimenting with these two styles, thanks to your efforts.

I am very excited about Steampunk and Dieselpunk art projects. To quote Thaddeus Frog: "Egad! What have I been missing?"

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WWII Tanks

http://www.mnartists.org/work.do?rid=199045

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Very colorful! I must say, the Sturmtiger looks a bit pathetic though...

http://www.737thtankbattalion.org/St1.jpg

Ah well, let's just say, what matters is how you handle it, right?

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I toned it down a bit by floating it in Pepto-Bismol. The thing is so naturally frightening. My favorite is the IS2. This Soviet tank (and also the Super Pershing in a limited sense) was one of the only Allied tanks the Germans were afraid of.

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found on tumblr

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retro style superhero and Star Wars skyline posters

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"Murdoc" by Dark 134

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lovely Edward Scissorhands poster