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Old 11-18-2015, 07:31 PM
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Tim, Great work. How many cards did you have to cut for the Babe Ruth picture?
Thanks! I am unsure of the exact amount, as I no longer count like I did when I first started these. On average, one uses about 1,200-1,600 cards. I have been a bit more efficient by working on several pieces at once. I am able to use several parts of some cards for different pieces.

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Just finished this tonight. I made this one as a tribute to day back in 1990 when my father took me to the dentist. We talked baseball with Dr. Wheeler, and he told me to come back and get some cards that he no longer wanted. It was a shoebox with a partial set of '72 Topps. The cards were/are MINT - they looked like they were just pulled from packs. This Nolan was the highlight of the lot. My dad and I sold it and the Rose a while later, but I still have the rest. I have already picked up a decent graded copy of the Ryan. I'll complete the set someday.

This one is 20"x28" and is one of the toughest geometrical designs I have ever completed.





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Great work Tim! Every day I enjoy seeing Cap and King.
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First class art, outstanding!
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Great work Tim! Every day I enjoy seeing Cap and King.
Go for three.
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That Ryan is very impressive. Keep posting them here as you are done. It's always a treat to see your work.
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Great idea Peter. I wish I had more wall space.
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that ryan is awesome!!!!!!
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That Ryan is very impressive. Keep posting them here as you are done. It's always a treat to see your work.
Thanks everyone! Jay, we need to get you a bigger office.

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Tim, This has become one of my favorite threads: I get excited when I see your latest posts. All are great - I love that 56 Clemente...seems like that card was just meant for you. And, that Smilin' Mick Dan-Dee! And much thanks for the hi-res close-up on the Ryan. - Paul
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