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TheFridge

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#1 posted 02-11-2017 01:49 AM



I think there s a lot of avenues out there to learn from but, with that said, we all learn differently. Some need that hands on experience, others can watch a couple videos and create the Mona Lisa. My fear is without repetition and usage of the tools, whatever you learn in class may be lost until you can get some tools of your own. If it were me, id spend the money on tools and park my fat butt in front of the computer and watch Paul Sellers, Peter Follansbee and St. Roy until my eyes bled. But that s just me.

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