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Old 06-12-2017, 09:58 AM
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I can't wait to see the 1987 Topps card. That was my favorite year for collecting and the set I have way too many cards of still. So you taking a large group off the market while making a giant 1987 Topps, makes me a happy soul.
This set is also a favorite for me, as it was the first pack of cards I ever bought. I also love using the set in my work now due to the amount of portraits, grass, sky,red/blue/white jerseys......it has most of what I need for my art. The stock is also thin, making the scissor work easier on the wrists!

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your work is absolutely awesome! Unique. Beautiful. Pretty much perfect.

THANK YOU for continuing to post your work... maybe someday, I'll be able to get one made for me... but in the meantime, keep going!

All the best!
Thank you for the kind words!

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Old 07-15-2017, 10:28 PM
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I'm almost finished with my 1987 Topps common commission, but I finally got around to finishing something I was working on "just because." Cut 2010-2013 A&G commons and cut 1982 Topps commons. 16.5" x 29"


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Beautiful! LEts see the front!
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Old 07-17-2017, 10:53 AM
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Beautiful! LEts see the front!
Thanks, Pete. The front will be finished down the road, but I'm looking froward to having them framed side by side.
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Just read through this for the first time. I'm speechless, other than "WOW!"
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One of my favorite threads ever.
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Wish I was at the National this year, but since I'm not......might as well get some work done! I'll have the 1987 Topps common uploaded Saturday evening (it is being given as a gift that morning). Also just finished this one - my version of the 1948 Leaf Jackie Robinson:

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I know you have a "regular" job, but I have to think the National would be a great investment for you.
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I know you have a "regular" job, but I have to think the National would be a great investment for you.
I would definitely be at the National working live any other summer. I am leaving next week to move my daughter in to college (oldest child, first semester). Dad is having a tough time, lol.....so I'm spending as much time around the house and at the beach with her as possible.
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Tim, great replication of the face on this one.
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