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on October 10, 2002
Bert Dodsen has a few decent tips for artists who are trying to teach themselves Drawing; but he seems to have ignored his own hints in his first paragraph of his Introduction ~ in trying to describe the sorting out mixed information. Bert recalls an old Danny Kaye movie, a western, where Cowboy Danny gets mixed instructions from various bystanders while watching him enter a Comedy Gunfight. "The sun's in the west, so keep him in the east..." ~ Despite Danny being the master of these critical last-minute toungtwisters, and that he employed them in several of his movies - Danny never made a Cowboy Western movie! ~ Actually, author, Bert Dodsen probably recalled Bob Hope in "Alias Jesse James" (1959), where Bob did the exact routine credited Danny Kay in Bert's Introduction. I'd like to add my HINT ~ "Bert, Research before you write..."
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