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    My avatar is my rendition of an ink drawing by Picasso called TORERO. After I finished the cut, I flipped it over and sprayed the details with flat black to enhance the lines. Look forward to learning and sharing with other artisans on this medium.

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      I am impressed with the wit and comradery of this blog. I look forward to learning from it. The only witticism I can think of is my fathers advise to all of us boys, especially when we made a mistake. "If you're gonna be dumb, you have to be tough." Truer words were never spoken.

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        Welcome! What a cool idea to spray from the back - it really defines the picture-- how thick is the wood?

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