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Great job on the Puckett Tim!
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A few more off the books!

1960 Topps Carl Yastrzemski:



T205 Zack Wheat:



1933 Goudey Napoleon Lajoie:

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Amazing stuff! I see that 1990 donruss comes in handy.
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Especially love that 1971 Clemente. Beautiful work, Tim!

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Beautiful work as always Tim.
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Lots of pieces finished over the last few weeks, including one I completed at the Stephens Center during the National:

1948 Leaf Ted Williams




1914/15 Cracker Jack Joe Jackson




1971-72 OPC Jean Beliveau




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lots of pieces finished over the last few weeks, including one i completed at the stephens center during the national:

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1971-72 opc jean beliveau




1952 bowman mickey mantle

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Tim, your work is amazing, and even more spectacular in person. It was great to see you and some of your pieces at the National.

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Agreed your work is amazing. Not sure where you got the skill or patience for this
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Finishing several vintage pieces over the next few days. First up, the 1910 PC796 Sepia Postcards Ty Cobb and Honus Wagner:



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Love that Cobb/Wagner!
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A couple more commissions down:



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Very nice Tim. Love the Cobb and the portrait of Banks is outstanding. Always a pleasure to see your newest creations.
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Tim as always fantastic work
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Are you now using a different technique, particularly on the faces? I'm not seeing (I don't think) all the little faces that make up the face on some of your previous work including this Ruth.
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Thank you all!

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Are you now using a different technique, particularly on the faces? I'm not seeing (I don't think) all the little faces that make up the face on some of your previous work including this Ruth.
Hi Peter...

Still using the same technique, but I think what you are seeing is that a couple of recent pieces were made using commons that featured larger faces (portraits). The whites of the eyes on those commons were larger than what I typically use, and it was somewhat distracting when they were put in place. I eliminated those distractions by cutting them or covering them with other pieces.

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Another pair of commissions down.....



1955 Topps Ted Williams:




1989 Donruss Ken Griffey Jr:

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2 more completed:

2013 Topps Archives Tom Brady




T205 Cy Young

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H. moley!!!! You have achieved photo realism!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Been busy since my last post! Here are some of my recent completions:

1968 Topps Johnny Bench/Ron Tompkins:



1914/15 Cracker Jack Walter Johnson:



1952 Bowman Willie Mays:



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Wow, Tim, that Pele is insane! How big is it? The individual letters cut out for the "Topps Certified Autograph" line are nuts.



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This does not seem possible, just incredible work! Congrats on your great skill. Love to know if any of these go to auction.
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Extraordinary work, Tim! I am looking forward to your next piece.
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Really enjoy seeing all of these - thanks
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Tim, those are great!
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Thank you! The Pele measures 20" x 28". Those letters in the "Topps Certified Autograph" line are just 1/4" tall. Parts like that always test my patience!
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Tim, wonderful work. You nailed the CJ Jackson. Always been curious, do you use a laser to make such exacting and small cuts?
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Tim, wonderful work. You nailed the CJ Jackson. Always been curious, do you use a laser to make such exacting and small cuts?
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Thank you! The Pele measures 20" x 28". Those letters in the "Topps Certified Autograph" line are just 1/4" tall. Parts like that always test my patience!
I am even more impressed by reproducing the slight streakiness that a Sharpie signature can create. Unbelievable.
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My last few pieces:

E90-1 American Caramel Joe Jackson



Dick Butkus takes on the Packers



1933 Sport Kings Howie Morenz



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Tim they are fantastic, the Topps packs are sweet
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totally agree...those packs are AWESOME!!!! Your E90-1 JJ is the most pleasing example of that card ever made!!!!
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totally agree...those packs are AWESOME!!!! Your E90-1 JJ is the most pleasing example of that card ever made!!!!
Thanks, guys! Those packs were super fun to work and see altogether. My wife saw the Jackson and said, “You’re not done, right? Why did you make his face like that?”😂
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Hi everyone! Here's what I've been up to since April:

All of the following were commissions and are not available. The Mantles, Bobby Jones, and Fleer Basketball Pack are now hanging in Collectors HQ in Santa Ana.

1959 Topps Mickey Mantle




1969 Topps Mickey Mantle




1932 US Caramel Bobby Jones




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This requires a thesaurus, so pick any of these words (followed by a slew of exclamation points)...

Amazing
Awesome
Breathtaking
Extraordinary
Fabulous
Fantastic
Incredible
Marvelous
Phenomenal
Remarkable
Spectacular
Staggering
Startling
Stunning
Stupefying
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Always love seeing your work Tim. The 84 Mattingly is stunning. Great job with the contrast. Keep up the great work.



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