Thanks for all the comments. Yes, they are sketches...done with
pastels and a sketch pad...sitting in front of the high resolution
monitor that displays the output to the SV102ED/MallinCAM Hyper Color
--- In Stellarvue@yahoogroups.com, Beaker <mbeacom@...> wrote:
> First reaction: "That's a sketch? Looks more like photograph!"
> Good Job!
> On Jul 28, 2008, at 10:13 PM, rolandlinda3 wrote:
> > A little note I forgot:
> > Sketching gives an impression. As I explained on Cloudy Nights
> > the post originally resides, the star field is so elaborate
> > that I only recorded the basic cluster, key stars, and the like
> > because
> > I would be in front of the screen all night trying sketch the star
> > field. So, with the major stars on the sketch sheet, then I go to
> > dark lanes, then I go to the brighter sections.
> > When you hit the next button you can go to the sister of M8 (M20)
> > see the difference. For M20 I just concentrated on the object
> > the internal star field is more manageable, but I ignored the
> > surrounding rich star field.
> > In any case, a great combo of instruments for sketching.
> > Roland