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    I posted a photo of this awhile back before it was complete. I did some more work on the barrel and finally had a chance to complete the other side.
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    Russ,

    VERY nice! How did you treat the background? Relieve, stipple or both? Inked?
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    Thanks. It's both relieved and stippled- and then inked.

    Russ

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    I like the way you paneled the barrel Russ

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    Yep, Marty that was the first thing I noticed and thought was really a nice touch
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    Looks GREAT Russ.
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