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I said I’d do this back in January 2014 in honour of “Trigger” actor Roger Lloyd Pack who died that month. I didn’t get round to it because the image in black and white just wouldn’t have done the scene justice, and I was only brave enough to paint in black and white back then.
But now that I’m experimenting with colours, and also having a go at selling at the arts and crafts markets too, the timing couldn’t be more perfect to tackle this classic “Only Fools and Horses” scene at last!

Working on this and “Brown Man’s Fear” at the same time as they are both being painted on only 16″ x 12″ box canvases…

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(24/04/15) 1 hour…
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(26/04/15) 2hrs…
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(27/04/15) 4hrs30…
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(28/04/15) 6hrs30…
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(01/05/15) 9hrs…
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(04/05/15) 11hrs…
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(10/05/15) 17hrs estimated (lots over the weekend in bursts)…
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(12/05/15) Completed, not sure exactly how long it’s taken. Somewhere between 22-25 hours I’m guessing. The slightly out of focus original image has contributed to the level of detail/quality of this piece but I think overall it’s ok…
NICE AND COOL - that classic scene from "Only Fools And Horses" when Del Boy and Trigger are on the pull and Del says "Just play it nice and cool son, nice and cool, know what I mean?" as he falls through the bar with a bang! Legendary scene, done on 16"x12" box canvas in acrylic (APR-MAY 15)

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