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Elmer Fudd BS: So who here's a visual artist? (53* d) RE: BS: So who here's a visual artist? 02 Dec 06

Why the question? I am interested in creative people. They are often multitalented, and a community of musicians is likely to have many who have other creative outlets. A thread about what people write yielded a variety of fascinating posts and links to mudcatters' writings.

I've been clicking away at everyone's offerings so far on this thread. Amazing. Thank you.

I'm glad some folks have brought up drafting; it wouldn't have occurred to me. However, it is a bygone, unappreciated art form. Slight thread drift: Mud-draftspersons, are you familiar with the work of A.G. Rizzoli? He was an architectural draftsman who lived with his mother in San Francisco in the 19th century. After his death, a cache of architectural drawings was discovered in his house. In his spare time he had drafted buildings, monuments, and cities that expressed the personalities of the very few people in his reclusive life: his mother, neighbors, et al.

A.G. Rizzoli

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