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New You know...
that's how Henry joined the cast. So it can be done. :)
"We are all born originals -- why is it so many of us die copies?"
- Edward Young
New I was thinking that from the very beginning
You asked, I went to Freshmeat.
I queried on graphics applications.
I downloaded and tried 3 or 4 until I hit on Inkscape.
I have NO artistic ability, but I demand a LOT.
So if I liked it, and the demo pictures were REALLY good, and it satisfied your requirements, then I figured it was worth recommending.
     Inkscape is an astounding little program. - (cwbrenn) - (7)
         You might try "sketch" as well. - (folkert) - (1)
             Re: You might try "sketch" as well. - (cwbrenn)
         Good. - (broomberg) - (4)
             You know... - (cwbrenn) - (1)
                 I was thinking that from the very beginning - (broomberg)
             Here - (drewk)
             In my pictures. - (folkert)

Remember, people in 1900 didn't know what an atom was. They didn't know its structure.

They also didn't know what a radio was, or an airport, or a movie, or a television, or a computer, or a cell phone, or a jet, an antibiotic, a rocket, a satellite, an MRI, ICU, IUD, IBM, IRA, ERA, EEG, EPA, IRS, DOD, PCP, HTML, internet. interferon, instant replay, remote sensing, remote control, speed dialing, gene therapy, gene splicing, genes, spot welding, heat-seeking, bipolar, prozac, leotards, lap dancing, email, tape recorder, CDs, airbags, plastic explosive, plastic, robots, cars, liposuction, transduction, superconduction, dish antennas, step aerobics, smoothies, twelve-step, ultrasound, nylon, rayon, teflon, fiber optics, carpal tunnel, laser surgery, laparoscopy, corneal transplant, kidney transplant, AIDS... None of this would have meant anything to a person in the year 1900. They wouldn't know what you are talking about.
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