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?????? Scott Simmons
Jason Hughes, Brian Kong

Jay Pangan III, Denae Frazier
Gabe Faber, Eman

and my two favorites
Erik Maell, Scott Rorie
 
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Love the White Rabbit one. Thumb Up

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I opted for the factory set and set of Metallogloss. A lot of people will be focusing on the sketches, which are spectacular, but the base set is not to be overlooked.
The 49 card set features some great images, and the text on the back is definitely worth the read.

The 12 card Metallogloss also features beautiful art and once again, detailed text on the back. These are heavy though - will a nine card sheet hold them?
Well done to Breygent - a beautiful set.
i still hope to pick up a couple of sketches, but glad i bought these like this.

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I opted for the factory set and set of Metallogloss. A lot of people will be focusing on the sketches, which are spectacular, but the base set is not to be overlooked.
The 49 card set features some great images, and the text on the back is definitely worth the read.

The 18 card Metallogloss also features beautiful art and once again, detailed text on the back. These are heavy though - will a nine card sheet hold them?
Well done to Breygent - a beautiful set.
i still hope to pick up a couple of sketches, but glad i bought these like this.


A nine card sheet will not accept metallogloss cards.

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That white rabbit is groovy man. Big Grin

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I bought two packs and was thrilled with my sketches. They look much better in person than in the pictures. The first one has a thin line of glitter that outlines the people and guitar and really makes the image pop.



 
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Originally posted by Don Norton:
I opted for the factory set and set of Metallogloss. A lot of people will be focusing on the sketches, which are spectacular, but the base set is not to be overlooked.
The 49 card set features some great images, and the text on the back is definitely worth the read.

The 18 card Metallogloss also features beautiful art and once again, detailed text on the back. These are heavy though - will a nine card sheet hold them?
Well done to Breygent - a beautiful set.
i still hope to pick up a couple of sketches, but glad i bought these like this.


A nine card sheet will not accept metallogloss cards.


They fit in the 9 card sheets that came with the binder. But, they make the pages quite heavy so they are awkward to turn.

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another 10 packs




 
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I now have a couple of James McNeil's guitar playing rabbits as well. Cool

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here are some of my new pulls idk why more ppl are not buying these packs
 
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liking the Lucy sketch you got there Nick Metal

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I bought two more packs -- I really love this set.

Sarah Silva


Erik Maell
 
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Opened 15 more packs the other day:

Jon Hughes, Bruce Gerlach
Joe Pekar, Scott Simmons


Guus Floor, Gabe Farber
Denae Frazier, Jay Shimko


Erik Maell (love love love this one!), Mickey Clausen
Erik Maell, Jason Hughes


Brian Kong, David Desbois
Steven Miller


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Heres the result of my packs :-
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Here's my 2 sketches that I got awhile ago. Id trade them for Bob Marley or Hendrix.

The artists are: Gilbert Young Roland (Monkees) and Lynne Anderson.

 
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Popular image. Wink
 
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Yes But I like your one a whole lot more Big Grin

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miss lizzy said
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They fit in the 9 card sheets that came with the binder. But, they make the pages quite heavy so they are awkward to turn.

If you put them at the back of the binder you won't have to turn the page they are in (help full hint of the day )lol Big Grin

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Yes But I like your one a whole lot more Big Grin

I love drawing Jimi. We have the same birthday. Metal
 
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But can you draw the crow brandon lee ?

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