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Apr 18, 2016

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John Cowburn

Absolutely love that Tim!! How long from start to finish did it take you?

I would love that or something like it, to be one of the paid tuition videos you create!!

If I could paint like that I would be a happy man!

John

Tim Wilmot

Thanks very much John and this took about 90 minutes including drying time. Good idea about the topic for next session and thank you

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