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I have retitled myself from Novice to Beginner with these projects. What do you think?
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I have retitled myself from Novice to Beginner with these projects. What do you think?
I think there's something missing in your post..

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Pretty impressive Chris , thanks for sharing

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Would be interested to see what you have been doing but can't , unfortunately !

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I think there's something missing in your post..
Aw man, the preview showed the pics uploading. Guess I'll try again
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Nice job Chris. Very nice detail in the scroll work.

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Looks to me like you have clearly moved up the chain of experience and talent. I also was impressed by the way you held of on the pictures. It builds up interest and anticipation until the final presentation. Great way to keep members tuned in and checking back. ;-)
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I have retitled myself from Novice to Beginner with these projects. What do you think?
I think you've advanced beyond beginner. Nice work.

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Wow!!! I love that version of the deer!

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