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I already emailed Tim but he did a spectacular job on this one. I am still loving my 54 Dan Dee Mantle and eager to see the 54 Bowman Furillo that he is in the process of completing.
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These really are spectacular. Do I even want to know the hours that go into one/what the current rate is to commission one?
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VERY interested in knowing what the price is to commission one of these pieces....
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Tim, the WJ is amazing! Glad to see more of your fine work posted on the board.
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Tim your work is getting to be simply amazing as they seem to get just a little better each time. Thanks for sharing!
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Thank you all very much!

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Hi Scott....the hours are long and the eyes get strained! I have to keep several different ones going at the same time so that I can walk away from one for a few days and come back to see what mistakes I have made or what can be done better. I have found that to be a big part of getting the likeness closer to the originals. If you decide you want to consider a commission, shoot me an email with what card(s) you are thinking about: timcarrollart@yahoo.com. Waist up, chest-up, and portraits work best (details get lost otherwise), and know that I'll only create a particular piece once.

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Not vintage, certainly not iconic.....but finishing this latest commission reminded me that a particular card can be worth far more to one individual than the perceived or realized prices of said card. That's what has made this hobby stand the test of time instead of fizzling out like a fad. "1988 Fleer Craig Biggio"; 20" x 28"; Cut baseball cards. July, 2016.

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Fantastic work!

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They are all awesome, but that Biggio is just insanely good. Looks exactly like him. Nice work!
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Tim, was there any temptation at all to construct the work entirely out of 1988 Fleer Biggio cards?

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Any thought of doing an Ernie Banks this way?
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None. Unless it's requested that I use a HOFer's cards, I limit the cards cut to true commons (with emphasis on junk era wax). I occasionally have to stray from the junk era time period to include some Topps Heritage, Bowman Heritage, etc....but I have stayed firm since the beginning on the commons. I figure some kid somewhere will eventually be able to appreciate a legend's cards, low cash value included!


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I started the '54 Topps about 3 years ago, and it has remained unfinished since. Commission work amped up at that time, so it was pushed to the back burner. I also love the '56 Banks, and it would be one that I'd like to make in the future.
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that biggio is a masterpiece!!!!!
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Amazing work on all those pieces, but to me the Biggio is incredible!!!

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Did the format change on this forum? For some reason when I click on a thread I cannot scroll down to view all the posts. I have to click the next or previous button to view each one. Maybe its my computer. If not, the new format sucks Leon.
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Did the format change on this forum? For some reason when I click on a thread I cannot scroll down to view all the posts. I have to click the next or previous button to view each one. Maybe its my computer. If not, the new format sucks Leon.
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Don't know what else to say but . . . amazing art!

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Finished with this commissioned Big Train! Next 3 pieces I finish will be a 1954 Bowman Furillo, 1953 Topps Mantle, and a 1909 Dockman & Sons Mathewson

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Awesome...is it a card?
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Thanks, Pete! Nope...this was a mashup of a couple of WJ photos.
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Can't wait to see the 53 Topps Mantle. It is one of my favorite Mantle cards.
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Finished with Carl! A couple of '53 issues (Mantle/Paige), and a Dockman Mathewson all coming soon...

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Great work as always Tim. I was just singing your praises early to a few people. Describing your style.

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This one of my favorite threads on this board. In a hobby that can seem stale at times, it's cool to see people doing new things, particularly with as much talent as this.
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Glad to say I am another very happy customer of Tims. We can all see how talented Tim is, but I can add that he's a total professional too!! Thanks again Tim for the 51 bowman mantle!!
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Glad to say I am another very happy customer of Tims. We can all see how talented Tim is, but I can add that he's a total professional too!! Thanks again Tim for the 51 bowman mantle!!
Thank you for the vote of confidence, David! The Mantle is perfect beside that amazing collection!

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That 51 Mick is outta this world. Woulda love that in my room.
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Thank you, Chris. I can't seem to get the picture to load directly at the moment, but here is a link on my site to the '54 Aaron. Sorry for the bad photo, I took it long ago when this was just a hobby and not a career. FWIW, the Aaron was sold a few years ago.

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Those are amazing ! Great work
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I must say, I am enjoying the Ryan, Bench, and Aaron!

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I'm still going over and cleaning this one up, but the commissioned 1953 Topps Mantle is complete! Several more coming soon, including a Dockman & Sons Mathewson, Cracker Jack Cobb, T205 Joss, & a T205 Cy Young (among others).

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New game, try and identify the players and/or cards used. I say that's Todd Benzinger on his jaw line just above his shoulder looking up.
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Can I call it a Tim Carroll original?
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Absolutely, Scott. But if the cut cards themselves are originals, I am one of the most prolific artists of all time.
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I actually do look at the cards used and try to identify them. Those red cards in the nameplate aren't familiar though. A little help?

Another great piece btw, and looking forward to the others you mentioned

PS: You mentioned a 53 Paige was in the works a couple months ago? Any update on that?
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Nice centering. Very important on Mantles.
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I actually do look at the cards used and try to identify them. Those red cards in the nameplate aren't familiar though. A little help?

Another great piece btw, and looking forward to the others you mentioned

PS: You mentioned a 53 Paige was in the works a couple months ago? Any update on that?
Trying to guess the sometimes obscure players on the pieces is certainly another element of fun within each piece. The red nameplate cards are from a more recent Topps Lineage set. I'm not as fluent with the recent issues, but I believe this one was from 2011 or 2012. As for Satch, he's definitely going to be finished at some point. I'm catching up now on some commission work and will get back to that one as soon as time allows.




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Important on all cards that I own/plan to own. On the other end of the spectrum, the word miscut takes a whole new meaning in my studio. That's how I lose a tip of an index finger.
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Finished with another......

1909 Dockman & Sons (E92) Christy Mathewson. Piece measures 31.5" x 16.75":

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Default 1947 Bond Bread Jackie Robinson White Sleeves

Finished with a commissioned 1947 Bond Bread Jackie Robinson (batting/white sleeves). This one measures just larger than 19"x30". I used cut early-mid 90's Conlon cards for this piece:

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Nice tim...another unbelievable creation from "nothing!" I love the b&w look!!!
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