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SDB SA and catalog arrival
  • Subject: SDB SA and catalog arrival
  • From: "Michael Sutton" <orders@suttoniris.com>
  • Date: Tue, 5 Apr 2011 14:05:43 -0700



thanks to all who notified me of the catalog arrival, much appreciated.  distribution is still confusing?!
been working on SDB SAs for years and have made some progress. personally don't care to much for SAs as they have a tendency to be unstable which just drives me crazy.  interestingly SDB SAs are much, much more stable with little to no tweakiness, unfortunately the form is usually pretty bad.  Always room for improvement I guess.  Attached is an orange MDB SA (5" tall and proportionate), nice flounces but the form is pretty bad IMHO.
Mike Sutton

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