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As a fellow artist, I just wanted you to know that youve inspired me. I have gone through a rough time with head injuries from playing soccer, and for a while lost my desire to do what I love most in this world- art. I am currently back in school and learning computer animation, but my love, like yours, is drawing. I saw your special on ABC news and fell in love with you work. You have a tremendous ability and talent. Though you have never met me, I want you to know that youve given me something that I will cherish forever- you gave me hope. Th...
Justin Brugger

I, too, love to draw & Ive done it professionally in the past. I, too, have loved to express myself through drawings of buildings, cars, bicycles, etc. My style is similar to yours in that I like detailed realism. Your gift is a true blessing to you & to all of us around the world who value it. I, first, learned of you & your talent by watching your segment on an episode of ABC-TVs 20/20 back in the 1980s or early 90s. The interview/profile was conducted by reporter, Bob Brown for ABC-TV. I never forgot about your segment. Thanks to the interne...

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