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  • Ward Kimball Locomotive Book Cover

    Here's a sneak peek at the cover for my new book on the history of the Ward Kimball Locomotive. The cover illustration was done by MiceChat's own "Nautilus," based on a photo by Preston Nirattisai.

    Last edited by Steve DeGaetano; 12-15-2006, 07:21 AM.

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    Uh, the picture doesn't want to load Steve. The same thing happened at Burnsland.

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      Really! I can see it. And it's not on my hard drive.

      I'll see if I can save a version to Photobucket and try this again!

      Thanks!

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        Re: Ward Kimball Locomotive Book Cover

        Here is the thread on the Ward Kimball Illustration I did just in case you missed it.

        http://www.micechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=45563

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          Re: Ward Kimball Locomotive Book Cover

          Originally posted by Nautilus View Post
          Here is the thread on the Ward Kimball Illustration I did just in case you missed it.
          Didn't miss it! I replied to it twice! )

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            Re: Ward Kimball Locomotive Book Cover

            Really Nice! Congratulations on the book!
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            Will trade husband for Disneyland and DCA Pins!

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              Re: Ward Kimball Locomotive Book Cover

              A note on the red color of the cover: The red was actualy "grabbed" from a photograph of the engine's cab in bright sunlight, so in actuality, the red is the color of the engine itself. And the green within the capital letters was grabbed from the cab interior color. (thanks Barbaraann)
              Last edited by Steve DeGaetano; 12-15-2006, 07:36 AM.

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                Re: Ward Kimball Locomotive Book Cover

                Even cooler! I want an autographed copy!
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                Will trade husband for Disneyland and DCA Pins!

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                  Re: Ward Kimball Locomotive Book Cover

                  Thanks Steve, it really turned out nice.
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