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by Erik Brown
(Tokyo)

I like Yoshimizu-san's artwork. Very talented!

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Feb 08, 2011
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Re:Nice work!
by: Anonymous

Thanks Mr. Eric!

I'm appreciated your commendation.
and also, I saw your works and just great!
Thank you for stopping by...

Feb 07, 2011
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Talented Yoshi !
by: Gary Wolff

Thanks, Erik !

Yoshi, this is from the nice guy I told you I met at an audition last Sat. night.

Erik is also a very talented artist. Here's his interesting website: http://www.wix.com/erikbrown/mine
(click on the "Illustrations" tab)

Cheers,
Gary

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