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  1. Jay Bauer says:

    It was my honor to meet the great Maurice Noble, the star of background painting during the acme (forgive me) of Warner Brothers animation. This piece is a tribute to his work. I used hot-rolled steel to form the outlines of the piece, and built a simplified cabinet to emulate the blocky color shapes used to such great advantage by the late Mr. Noble.

    Lots of folks who see the photos of this cabinet think that it’s actually a 2-D piece. Very flattering.

  2. Jay Bauer says:

    It was my honor to meet the great Maurice Noble, the star of background painting during the acme (forgive me) of Warner Brothers animation. This piece is a tribute to his work. I used hot-rolled steel to form the outlines of the piece, and built a simplified cabinet to emulate the blocky color shapes used to such great advantage by the late Mr. Noble.

    Lots of folks who see the photos of this cabinet think that it’s actually a 2-D piece. Very flattering.

  3. Steve Andres says:

    I agree with the folks…At first glance it DOES look 2-D!
    Awesome job man…Oh yeah…glad to see you’re still kickin… :)

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