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Astrophotography and Sketching >> Sketching

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Aquarellia
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Re: C/2012 K5 in Bootes<>now in Taurus new [Re: Special Ed]
      #5620168 - 01/13/13 03:52 AM

Hi Michael,
Very nice sketch, its a good idea to share with us the two visions, black and white and,... white and black.
Michel

Edited by Aquarellia (01/13/13 03:53 AM)


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frank5817
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Re: C/2012 K5 in Bootes<>now in Taurus new [Re: Aquarellia]
      #5620654 - 01/13/13 12:12 PM

Michael,

It's great you got another chance to capture this tailed interloper. Very fine sketch.

Frank


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JimPie
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Re: C/2012 K5 in Bootes<>now in Taurus new [Re: frank5817]
      #5620896 - 01/13/13 02:16 PM

Michael,
Nice sketch and report.
If only I could have even a moderately transparent sky.


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niteskystargazer
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Re: C/2012 K5 in Bootes<>now in Taurus new [Re: Special Ed]
      #5622400 - 01/14/13 10:14 AM

Michael,

Good sketches of Comet C/2013 K5 (Jan. 8) .

CS,KLU,

,

Tom


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Special Ed
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Re: C/2012 K5 in Bootes<>now in Taurus new [Re: niteskystargazer]
      #5623463 - 01/14/13 09:31 PM

Thank you very much folks.

@Aquarellia--I like to show the original and inverted view because, although the inverted view gives a sense of the eyepiece view, some detail is always more visible in the original (black on white) view. Glad you liked it, too.


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