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Ray Pierce
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Wow... Absolutely beautiful work, Michael!
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THE ONLY THING I CAN SAY IS-----------------BEAUTIFUL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Gulp!
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A touch of class Michael!
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So great. I love the classic style.
Michael Baker
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Thanks, guys! There are 2 more sets in the works for customers, one like the red set, one yet undecided. I may make one for myself, but then I think I'll take a break from them so I can focus on some new stuff I've been wanting to dabble with.

In the meantime, here's a sneak peek at a new item. I'm making 13 numbered sets for Stevens Magic Emporium. It's our spin on Okito's Sleeve Production. For reference, the overall height is about 15 1/2". They should be available through them in a few weeks.

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Double-gulp!
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Michael Baker
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On 2011-10-08 13:58, Wizard of Oz wrote:
Double-gulp!


:) Don't they sell that at 7-Eleven?
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Wow .. you're work looks awesome! Nice job ...

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Ron Reid
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Beautiful and inspiring work, Michael. Wow!
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On 2011-10-08 13:58, Wizard of Oz wrote:
Double-gulp!


:) Don't they sell that at 7-Eleven?


Yep. And I think it's bigger than your Sleeve Production. (Why does that sound like a "That's what she said." joke)?
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Michael Baker
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Alright kiddies... take this as a lesson... Don't photograph your Sleeve Production and post it on the Internet. It could come back to haunt you. Smile
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Beautiful workmanship. Are the lithos painted or appliqued?
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It's actually a combination of techniques. In some cases you are seeing paint, in others, you are seeing printed images. I make and print my own transfers. I also use different papers for different effects.
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Well Michael, I see you did it again. You should sell some of your props at the next Abbotts Get Together.
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Maybe they will ask me. Smile
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This is my spin on the Okito Zombie Cabinet, I am calling "The Temple of the Golden Dragon". The ball visibly appears inside the box, floats out and upon returning the door is closed and reopened to reveal the dragon's face. I changed several features, including the general appearance, and how some of the mechanics operate.

For those familiar with the original Okito version, it had a skull instead of the dragon face, and although I'd like to eventually use the skull idea, I'd rather use that for a gothic/graveyard-themed cabinet. For an oriental theme such as this, I thought the dragon made more sense.

This is the first of 3 units. I'll have one or two of these available.

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Too beautiful for words. This is what Oriental themed magic should look like!
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Gorgeous, Michael. The detailing is unreal!
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Stunning. Simply stunning.
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