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    A Shady deal down Bakers Lane the Bu the Ba the C S Maker.

    Hmmm What's all this then, some kind of deal being cooked up, or half baked, is that a three pronged trident or a gold plated candlestick??? Holy meatballs what goes on.
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    Nice one (or three), Jack.

    Looks like they're practicing social distancing, even the characters in the children's books. Can never be too careful these days -- or even those days.
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    Bakers Lane.... I kind of fluffed this picture by giving the picture an Old Canvas texture which tends to get rid of all kinds of bad paint etc. I have managed to find in a file the picture with the faults and I'm posting it here so you can see why I did the bad deed, its better than fluffing it over....Jack.
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    I agree that pushing the darks was a good idea. It holds everything in place nicely without drawing attention to the dark halo around the butcher figure. Plus, I personally favor strong darks when possible as it often implies more than only what one paints. It's also great as a rich design element.
    Last edited by D Akey; 07-08-2020 at 03:35 AM.
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