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    Get dejoha's book! It is an invaluable resource for hangers - of any experience! Always at hand around my house, and will be getting copies for gifts this year.

    Nice job again!

    ~ SkyPainter
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    All these years people said,"He's acting like a kid!"
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    nicely done.

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    Great illustration seriously- Are you looking for work in this field?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thekevinator View Post
    Great illustration seriously- Are you looking for work in this field?
    Sure! I often take freelance design and illustration work. Send me a PM if you are ever interested.

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    Thank you! This is good

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    Great Job!!! Perfect

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    The raccoon seriously pulled it all together for me. Fantastic.

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    nice job on the illustrations keep up the good work

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    Thanks for making this so simple for noobs like me. I also really enjoyed you book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prismatic81 View Post
    The raccoon seriously pulled it all together for me. Fantastic.
    The skunk did it for me. Reminded me of my friend Stinky at Greer Crossing campground in Missouri. That was an uneasy first night as I got acquainted with Stinky, but after the second night, I started looking forward to his company.

    I never figured out the etiquette with skunks... you don't dare holler and chase them from your camp site for fear they'll make a stand. Yet you don't want them foraging for grub underneath your butt where one twist or turn could cause panic. I have a hard copy and a digital copy of dejoha's fabulous book and he skipped that dilemma... maybe he can share that strategy in his followup.

    I wonder what happened to Stinky...
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