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A sketch-like drawing for an upcoming track of mine, set to be released this coming Tuesday, done almost exclusively on MS PowerPoint, with the hints of colour on Autodesk Sketchbook.


This drawing is an allusion to the origins of said track, as well as its codename and full title:


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The piece of music in question, A Stroll Down St Pancras, is out now! I posted a poll about the cover artwork on Twitter, as well as on a few Discord servers -- it's not evident from the Twitter poll but this version of the cover is winning by a large margin altogether, so, unless the next day or so decides otherwise, I'm going with this version of the cover (as you see immediately above).


I've been posting works in progress of said instrumental on a few Discord servers, as well as on my Twitter and Instagram. I hope that you're all as excited about it as JDC, Greg, @AkioDaku and I are!


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that is a woman who plays music at piano , 10/10

-kruno5

Troisnyx responds:

Aye ☺️ The woman is meant to be a drawing of myself somehow.

A puzzle of 500 pieces? I have no patience even with 100... nice giant eggs, too...

Troisnyx responds:

I only ever managed a 500-piece puzzle once in my entire life so far. 😳

This Reminds Me Of Someone *cough cough* Phyrnna

Reminds me of one of those old works of composers playing the piano

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