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Old 06-08-2014, 05:52 PM   #1
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I have been watching this TV show & thought I would do a portrait of him. I was curious about his name at first & then really liked the show. His name is Robert Taylor, anyone know that name from way back. I was surprised at the same name as an old favorite--- Robert Taylor. I did it on 12 x 12 BBirch & now need to make a frame for it. I just stuck this frame on it to see how it looked. Thanks for looking.
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Yeah, I noticed that name similarity. I was under the impression that the Actors Equity prevented folks from having the same name. That's why Stuart Granger was born Jimmy Stewart, but couldn't use that name. So I wonder how Robert Taylor did it. In case you forget, this one was first:
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Yes, I didn't think they could have the same name either. But, the first one is gone, so maybe it's OK. The Taylor that plays Longmire is from Australia. I liked the first one in the Westerns that he did. Thanks again.
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Great pattern and cut, who's pattern is it? I have a cousin thats a huge Longmire fan.

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Super job on this one. Both look great, pattern and cutting.
Thanks for showing it to us.
Also enjoy the program and the books the TV show is based on.
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Walter, I did the pattern with pencil. I just haven't gotten into the software pattern making yet.
I just finished a new frame for it & it's made from old barn board. Just 1 1/2 in. & routed the edges. I think it turned out OK. What do you think? Thanks
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Like the rustic frame. Nicely done!
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