Well, least it's good to see even Thomas looks grand in TRS19! Although my interest has mostly been focused around real American steam locomotives this past few weeks, I've still found the time to see the new Thomas models people are putting out for I really don't know if I'll reinstall all of my TTTE content into 19, I really gotta keep room on my computer for other content and since my main desktop is starting to bog down.
Well I don't know, making Trainz Thomas videos just isn't a big interest of mine anymore though I was sorta hoping to do "Crosspatch" a while ago. Now the interest is just Can't make any guarantees though, but here's hoping.
Already a deviant? Log In. Oh this is totally sick. BlastWaves Hobbyist Digital Artist. The amount of work you put into these is great man. One of the better pixel artists on DA i gotta say. Have you considered starting to push into more perspective images instead of 2d? I've seen a couple in your gallery and think that it would be cool to see more. Kind thanks! I definitely plan on doing more perspective images alongside my 2D or "orthographic" works.
An award winning radio and television journalist, Blain spent over 20 years in broadcasting before going to work for 20 years as a senior communications advisor to the Nova Scotia government. Blain has been writing songs and performing since he was a child, releasing his first record a vinyl 45 rpm disc! Currently, he has three CDs to his credit and maintains a busy schedule performing in concerts, festivals and shows around the province and in Ontario.
With 20 years experience as a working journalist, Blain is a volunteer news advisor at Seaside and enjoys working with students in the newsroom. Charles is also an avid film, television, music archivist and historian contributing to various publications. Chris brings you favourites from the 50s, 60s and early 70s every Saturday, from pm! Requests are welcome at jukebox gmail.
Dave Graham. It all started at a watt radio station in New Glasgow. He spent a year learning his craft, and he was lured to the Town of Truro in Frank spent three wonderful years at CKCL. In , he moved to the big city of Halifax and went to work for the oldest radio station in the province.
He spent eight years there and when the station went Top 40 or Top 60 , Frank enjoyed the notoriety and the station garnered 65 per cent of the available Halifax radio audience. He did radio and television for almost 30 years until he retired from the Corporation in He returned to CHNS for another ten years.
Everyone's favourite North Coast pals Seaside are taking over Splendour this weekend as our local comp winners! We couldn't be more excited. So head down early for funky dance moves, the odd confetti gun and dream pop magic.
Tell us about your music. How did you develop your sound? When we started jamming we had all just come off the back of completely different genres so at first, it was an eclectic mix of all the things we had to offer. Then we started writing, pulling bits and pieces apart and pinpointing what we liked about them. I think we decided then that we were happy heading in that direction. Froggy joined the band pretty soon after and we started writing a little more indie but still with the dream-pop vibe.
We all have so much love for music and writing music that we kind of inspire each other! Lyrically I draw inspiration from people I meet, my friends, a beautiful view, a crummy day. Everything can be inspiration if you view it in the right way!Feb 21, · Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDS Aquarium (Robbie Fithon Remix) · Frameon ADE Sampler ℗ Plusquam Publishing Released on: .
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