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Old 02-16-2017, 12:33 PM
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Nice tim...another unbelievable creation from "nothing!" I love the b&w look!!!
Thanks, Pete! Expect a few more b&w images to come due the creation of this one. It definitely inspired more.
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I really love your art. I have been wanting to try my hand at something like this since seeing yours. I know I just don't have the patience (nor the artistic talent) to do it justice. I just think it would be a fun use of a bunch of cards that will have no future value and I think my children would love doing this with me.
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Another commission in the books! I also expect to have a Cracker Jack Cobb finished in the next couple of days.





Here is another that I think I forgot to post:


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Tim outstanding as always I really like both of the new commissions. The owners are very lucky. Thank you for posting them.
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'68 Ryan is too well-centered...
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'68 Ryan is too well-centered...
In addition, the Griffey is slightly off-center, making it only a 9, and not the prestigious Gem Mint 10.

Getting sloppy over there, Tim.
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I saw a link to an article the other day talking about things to do with worthless 80's-present cards and tim was mentioned...and I must say your work has dramatically improved since your earliest of works! The ryan is AWESOME!!!!!!
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Tim outstanding as always I really like both of the new commissions. The owners are very lucky. Thank you for posting them.
Thank you, Jason!

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In addition, the Griffey is slightly off-center, making it only a 9, and not the prestigious Gem Mint 10.

Getting sloppy over there, Tim.
My apologies, guys.....figured the surfaces would keep the grades low anyway.

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I saw a link to an article the other day talking about things to do with worthless 80's-present cards and tim was mentioned...and I must say your work has dramatically improved since your earliest of works! The ryan is AWESOME!!!!!!
Thank you, Pete!
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Tim, you must have the steadiest hands in your community.
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Tim, you must have the steadiest hands in your community.
Thanks, John! Not sure about steadiest hands, as the process usually goes: cut, glue, assess, cuss, tear something off, cut, glue......
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