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1  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / Lifebook 2013 Lessons! on: April 28, 2018 12:03:24 PM
I'd gotten to the point where there were lessons I just didn't want to do.  Art is so subjective, and there are just some things I'm not hugely fond of.  I'm also not great at expressing my inner most feelings artistically... well...  that's not entirely true.

There was one lesson that was a cut and paste collage that included a drawn-on rainbow kind of thing, so I decided to do the "lesson" by using a rainbow to sum up my feelings about it...



Then I decided to tackle two others... and a big problem for me, being a rather cheap person, was the thought of using expensive supplies to make something I didn't think I'd like.  But then, I found this in my attic:



And I decided to tackle two lessons I'd been dreading.  The first was a grunge-style modern art lesson, with a messy background that you "pick" a drawing out of.

I started with a lot lot lot of scribbling with the super-cheap pencils:



And then I added some marker and collage and it eventually led to this:



... and I texted it to my friend with the picture of the lesson artwork ...

 
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And her first reaction was, "but yours doesn't have a boob!"
And I replied, "goodness, and there's even the suggestion of a nipple!  Do I need to fix that?"
To which she replied, "absolutely."

And so...

 
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Lesson done!  Check!

The other one I did with the cheap art supplies was supposed to be inked pieces of paper with deep thoughts written on them collaged to the background piece.  I went with swear words in crayon and marker.  I think it really shows my personality, and isn't that what art is all about?

 
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2  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Facehugger on: March 09, 2018 11:01:47 AM


Well, yes, torturing my poor, patient doggie once again.  She was very vexed she was not allowed to eat it after she posed, but sorry, sweetie, that was 15 hours of my life and you'd rip it apart in about 15 seconds.  Never fear, she got a new squeaky toy afterwards, which might last a few days.

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/facehugger-2

This is the pattern I used with a few tweaks.

One, I used different yarn (Caron One Pound in some taupe color) and size 7 and 5 needles - when she said to switch yard and needles, I just switched down needle size.

Two, I did not knit the legs onto the body, I knit them separately and then sewed them on because I didn't want to flop the body around as I was knitting in the round.



It's not quite as clean a look, but I went with it on the "less frustration/ease of knitting" front.

Three, there are a few places where the pattern writing is a little confusing.  I'm not complaining, it's a free pattern and I'm eternally grateful, but here are a few things I found:

The legs say this:

Rows 10-25 (16 rows): K to last 3, K2tog, K1

BUT you're only working with 8 stitches to start out with, so it's not possible.  Reading other comments I found the pattern maker meant it literally - the the LAST 3 stitches of all 16 rounds!  I would have written it thus:

Rows 10-24: (15 rows): K
Rows 25: K to last 3, K2tog, K1

And that works out perfectly.

The breathing flaps say this:

*Row 12: K1, ssk, K to last 3 st, K2tog, K1
Row 13: K*
Repeat from * to * 6 times, til 8 stitches remain

You're starting with 32 stitches and if you look at the picture, it shows a right and left decrease on the TOP of the flap, and presumably there is a mirror image on the BOTTOM.  I think because the pattern writer was working on two circular needles, and explicitly states that half the stitches are on one and half are on the other, these directions are meant per set.  There's no easy way to write it out because the number of stitches in between decreases each round, but if you wrote it all out...

Row 12: K1, ssk, K 10, K2tog, K2, ssk, K 10, K2tog, K1 (28)
Row 13: K
Row 14: K1, ssk, K 8, K2tog, K2, ssk, K 8, K2tog, K1 (24)
Row 15: K
Row 16: K1, ssk, K 6, K2tog, K2, ssk, K 6, K2tog, K1 (20)
Row 17: K
Row 18: K1, ssk, K 4, K2tog, K2, ssk, K 4, K2tog, K1 (16)
Row 19: K
Row 20: K1, ssk, K 2, K2tog, K2, ssk, K 2, K2tog, K1 (12)
Row 21: K
Row 22: K1, ssk, K2tog, K2 ssk, K2tog, K1 (Cool
Row 23: K

And there are your 6 repeats and 8 stitches remaining, which you bind off and sew to the body!  That's what I did, at any rate, and I think (yarn and needles differences aside) it looks very much like the pattern picture!



Super-awesome pattern, if you want your own facehugger I highly recommend it and so much appreciation for the pattern maker for sharing it for free!  It had to be a lot fo work to put together.
3  HOME SWEET HOME / Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects / More Dog Tugs, Please! on: March 09, 2018 10:39:16 AM
Yup.  More.  And why?  Because I gave her this toy YESTERDAY.  Doesn't she look pleased with herself?



(also, yes, that is what she has done to our backyard, it is nothing but hard-packed dirt out there)



These toys are not indestructible by any means, but for a light chewer they are a great deal of fun.  They take 40-45 minutes to make, and they are at least cheap.  We still get tiny bits of fleece allllllll over the backyard, but what can you do?  I've not found anything with the exception of Kong balls that she can't destroy, and I think that's only because they are round and there's no edge she can gnaw through.



This batch will last a little while, even partly destroyed you can still play with them - that's the beauty of the box braid - it doesn't immediately crumble even if she chews a loop in half. 

I previously posted a tutorial that shows the box braid loop thing:


https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=451535.0

and this is just so much more of the same. 



Ah well, at least she enjoys them while they last!
4  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Craftster Itself / Can't update profile picture? on: March 05, 2018 08:30:18 AM
I have been trying to update my profile picture (hubby drew me monthly themed pics for Christmas!) and when I do try I get this error message:



I've tried with a few different images, this is the one I'm trying right now:

5  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Another Monster (with pattern) on: February 27, 2018 04:38:09 PM






I originally waffled on the eye situation...



But ended up with a simple crocheted eye, with slightly thinner yarn and a smaller hook:
6 sc in mr with black
inc around with iris color
[inc, sc] with white

Sew to face

Or you can insert safety eyes



Pattern:

Head and body, top down

Rnd 1 - sc 9 in Magic Ring (9 st)
Rnd 2 - inc around (18 st)
Rnd 3 - sc around (18 st)
Rnd 4 - sc around (18 st)
Rnd 5 - sc in 5, inc x 3 (21)
Rnd 6 - sc around (21 st)
Rnd 7 - sc in 6, inc (24)
Rnd 8 - sc around (24 st)
Rnd 9 - sc around (24 st)
Rnd 10 - sc in next 8 stitches, [inc, sc] x 2, [sc, inc] x 2, sc in next 8 st (28 st)
Rnd 11 - sc in next 8 stitches, [inc, sc] x 3, [sc, inc] x 3, sc in next 8 st (34 st)
Rnd 12 - sc in next 15 st, inc, sc in next 2 st, inc, sc in next 15 st (36 st)
Rnd 13 - sc in next 15 stitches, hdc in next 6 stitches, sc in next 15 st (36 st)
Rnd 14 - sc in next 8 stitches, hdc in next 20 stitches, sc in next 8 st (36 st)
Rnd 15 - sc in next 7 st, dec, [2sc, dec] x 5, sc in next 7 st (30 st)
Rnd 16 - sc in next 9 st, dec, sc, dec, sc in next 2 st, dec, sc, dec, sc in next 9 st (26 st)
Rnd 17 - dec, [sc, dec] x 8 (17 st)
Rnd 18 - [sc, dec] x5, sc in last 2 stitches (12 st)
Rnd 19 - sc around
Rnd 20 - sc around
Rnd 21 - [sc, inc] around (18 st)
Rnd 22 - [sc in 2 st, inc] around (24 st)
Rnd 23 - sc around (24 st)
Rnd 22 - [sc in 3 st, inc] around (30 st)
Rnd 23 - sc around (30 st)
Rnd 22 - [sc in 4 st, inc] around (36 st)
Rnd 23 - sc around (36 st)
Rnd 24 - sc around (36 st)
Rnd 25 - sc around (36 st)
Rnd 26 - sc around (36 st)
Rnd 27 - sc around (36 st)
Rnd 28 - sc around (36 st)
Rnd 29 - sc around (36 st)
dec around (18)
dec around (9)

Legs (make 2)

Rnd 1 - 6 sc in mr
Rnd 2 - inc around (12)
Rnd 3 - [sc, inc] around (18)
Rnd 4 - sc (18)
Rnd 5  [sc, dec] around (12)
Rnd 6 - dec around (6)
Rnd 7-16  - sc around, leave tail for sewing to body


Arms (make 2)

Rnd 1 - 6 sc in mr
Rnd 2 - inc around (12)
Rnd 3 - sc around (12)
Rnd 4 - dec around (6)
Rnd 5-11 - sc around

Tail ( I  crocheted it from the thick end to the thin end because I found it easier to get a better point that way)

Ch 15, sl st in circle, leaving a long tail for sewing to body.
Rnd 1 - sc around (15 st)
Rnd 2 - sc around (15 st)
Rnd 3 - [sc in 3 st, dec] x 3 (12 st)
Rnd 4 - sc around (12 st)
Rnd 5 - [sc in 4 st, dec] x 2 (10 st)
Rnd 6 - sc around (10 st)
Rnd 7 - sc around (10 st)
Rnd 8 - [sc in 3 st, dec] x 2 (8 st)
Rnd 9 - sc around (8 st)
Rnd 10 - [sc in 2 st, dec] x 2 (6 st)
Rnd 11 - sc around (6 st)
Rnd 12 - dec around (3 st)


Ears:

Chain 5, turn
Row 1 - sc in the 2nd chain from hook and next 3 st, ch 1, turn (4 st)
Row 2 - dec, sc in next 2 st, ch 1, turn (3 st)
Row 3 - dec, sc in next st, ch 1, turn (2 st)
Row 4 - dec (1 st), ch 1
Turn, sc down 2 sides, leave long tail
3rd edge sew to head in semi-circle

Spines (optional)


[Ch 3, sc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc in next sc] rep. for whatever length you need
6  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General / Goal Book 2018 - even more madness on: January 11, 2018 07:04:44 PM
Ah, the goal book trend continues!  And, let's be honest, is getting a bit more ridiculous.  Next year I might need to scale back.  Or, you know, finish up a lot of those old, lingering goals.

This year, in place of the what has become traditional pink and blue cover and bright, multi-colored pages, I went with an entirely white, black, and grey theme.  This isn't really a statement on anything (though it matches my wardrobe now), it was that I had a paper pack (I think it is called The Midnight Stack or something?) that was all black, white, and grey and I really liked the patterns.

(Side note, the only reason I've stuck with the pink and blue is because the paint is this weird "paint for plastic" I got years ago that gives the book a very plasticy, durable finish, and over the course of the year this thing takes a beating being schlepped around.)

Behold!



But before we dive into the new book, a look back...



You can see the 4 years of pink and blue (all of which have been posted here, if'n you're curious - 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014), plus the first two years when I was rational and sane and just wrote lists in notebooks.

There's a lot more background in those posts, and I think I even posted a huge list of goals/ideas in one of the comments at one point.  Probably 2014.  Nope, it's this comment in 2015's thread.  There.  Most of my goals haven't changed that much, I know, just rehashing the old ones, but they're good ones!

And can I take a moment to look back at some of 2017's pages?  

First off, all of you Craftsters who decorate your swap packages and notes with stickers?  You rock.  I'm really going to try to be more like you in 2018.  And I save all of them and decorate the inside of my goal book so I see them alllll the time!


And some pages are just rather boring until they are in progress, like the collection pages.  Here are my completed stamp, tea tag, and produce stickers pages!




On to this year... well, the old style of "50 goals of 50 items each" (and in the insane case of 2014, "100 goals of 100 items each", and the more moderate "20 goals of 15 each" in 2015) was a little limiting.  And even though I don't expect to get them all done this year (have you seen the carry-over?!), and even though I use some quite strange units of measurement to get things to fit (this year we have "scruples" of calcium), it just... was limiting.  And then, inspired by the facebook posts I really don't like ("on a scale of 1-10, how cute is this {insert thing here}"), I thought...



100 goals, yes, but only 1 item for item number 1, and 2 items for item number 2, and so on, up to, yes, 100 items for item number 100 (which conveniently happens to be "100 goal list items thought up", so, hey, 100 items down already!).  And I tried to put a lot of the things I would do anyway (walking the dog, miles walked, games, taking my calcium, drinking enough water) up at the top.

This allowed for more fun and creative goals at the lower level, and some oldies but goodies at the upper end.

I really want to knit a pair of socks.  And I don't watch much TV, so I'd like to branch out.  I'm mulling over if Martin Clune's A Man and His Dogs counts, since it was only a few episodes, but made me feel so much better about Doc Martin!


I also have a goal of 4 5Ks this year (the same number I did last year, but ending up faster).  We'll see!  This probably is directly contradictory with the bread (and cookie) baking goals, but whatever!


My friends and I are kind of a drinking club with a crafting problem.  I always watch the "trying to craft while drinking" videos and don't get it.  Maybe I don't drink that much, or I just craft so much, but I don't find it hard at all....  And, as always, collecting fortune cookie fortunes!


I hate pictures of me, and there's no stipulation I have to post these selfies anywhere, but I'm gonna take them.  I need at least one decent "have you seen this woman?" picture in case aliens abduct me.  And scrapbook pages will almost certainly be accomplished with Little Visitor swaps!  


"Take your canvas bags when you go... to the supermarket!"  *warbles off-key*  Another easy one, I really try to always have some on hand, and while the $0.05 savings per bag isn't a lot, it's something over the course of a year!  And my little spider solitaire drawing.


Now, I know it's almost two weeks into the new year already, but I've been sick for a week.  It's "only" a cold, but man, it's kicking my butt.  I got pretty desperate to finish at the end and... because I'm not a great artist... I broke out the lightbox, printed off some pictures, and did a bit of tracing!



I only play one of those regularly, as you might notice from the current levels... I doubt I'll stop playing any time soon, they're a great little time-waster when you're waiting for your takeaway or as you're watching TV at night.

And speaking of being sick, yeah, I think the cold medicine did something, because at one point I thought this was a good idea:



Bonus points if one, you made it this far (I'm sorry I'm so verbose!) and two, if you see instantly why that is so very wrong.

Oh, and I think this year's book tops 200 pages, so I really, really, really need to work on getting things accomplished this year!  Unfortunately, I may have picked a bad year, I'm scheduled for some minor surgery in February-ish and I'll be down for about 6 weeks.  So, we'll see about some of those lofty goals, maybe next year I'll just have a completely retrospective goal book... Cheesy
7  CLOTHING / Costumes: Completed Projects / Zombie Bellydancer on: November 30, 2017 06:07:44 PM

(That be me in the middle front)

Our troupe was asked to perform (as comic relief, I think!) at a show in October, and we decided to go zombie, in part because it's an old dance I choreographed as duet eons ago.  Just because we had the dance didn't mean we didn't need new costumes, though!  I've come a long way since then in the world of costume-making!


(pre-show photo)

And, of course, since the show was just before Halloween, I had the perfect Halloween costume (though I did have to make a matching one for my LV)



The costume consisted of a covered bra, a modified t-shirt with fringe and lace draping, an underskirt, and a fringed overskirt.  And a hairpiece. The gloves were purchased.
8  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) / Drawlloween - ATC style on: October 31, 2017 05:09:55 PM
I decided to attempt Drawlloween once more (I failed a few years back) and for added incentive made it a Nerd Games Research Project (see more about that here on Craftster!).  Which means I did finish it, but I can't say I love all (or many) of them.  So here we go, 31 ATC cards for the month of October!



Day 1 - Return from the Dead.  I didn't love this one when I first did it, but it grew on me.

Day 2 - Summon Day.  My husband's favorite, an unfortunately early high point to the challenge.

Day 4 - Pumpkin Wicked this Way Comes.  I really liked this one, though it was a change from the cutesy/chibi style.  (Whoops, out of order on the collage)

Day 3 - Tombsday.  I loved the torches and the themes, but it was pointed out she has noodle arms and now I can't unsee it.

Day 5 - Full Moon Follies.  Words cannot describe how much I hate this one.

Day 6 - Folklore Friday.  Cute, but just okay.



Day 7 - Cobweb Crawlers.  A remake of an early drawing I did, I still love it.

Day 8 - Deep Sea Denizens.  A remake of probably my favorite drawing of mine ever.

Day 9 - Fanged Fiends.  Not as bad as the werewolf, but cringe-worthy.

Day 10 - Martian Mayhem.  I think it's a passable drawing or Marvin, but it's just a copy so...

Day 11 - Swamp Citizens.  See day 10, replace "Marvin" with "Kermit".

Day 12 - Ah! Reel Monsters.  I legit love the monster in this one, but the background is blergh.



Day 13 - Friday the 13th.  I'm fair proud of this one, to be honest.

Day 14 - Owl Be Back.  Again, a less cartoony style but I really like it.

Day 15 - Cornfield Capers.  Ugh.  Just UGH.

Day 16 - Carnival Carnage.  I think this one had potential, but I was tired and kinda punted.

Day 17 - Toadsday.  Cute, but nothing that's not ninety million clipart drawings.

Day 18 - Crypt Creeps.  This might take some explaining, it's from a song my mom sang me when I was young:
"Did you ever think when a hearse went by
That you may be the next to die
They cover you up in a bloody sheet
And bury you under, seven feet deep
The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out
The ants play pinochle on your snout
Your stomach turns in to a slimy green
And your guts pop out, like whipping cream."
...that rather explains a lot about me, I think....



Day 19 - Nightmare Nomads.  The Star Trek reference was my hubby's idea, and he says I did a good job, so I'm okay with it.

Day 20 - Dr Jekyll & Mr Friday.  I went with the classic and was cursing the tininess of the ATC, there was too much detail I really couldn't do.

Day 21 - Cadaverous Cowboys. Hate it.

Day 22 - Ghast Christmas.  Eh.  I'm really starting to get burnt out at this point.

Day 23 - Sewer Settlers.  I wish I'd spent more time on him because I like the idea, but the execution is lacking.

Day 24 - Aw, Hex.  Meh.



Day 25 - Do as I Say, not as I Voodoo.  I kinda adore this one.

Day 26 - I know a Sarcophoguy.  LOVE the mummy.  Think I messed up the torches.

Day 27 - Franken Friday.  Eh.  Just okay.

Day 28 - Ghouls rush in.  Just another piece of clipart, really.

Day 29 - Sunday Bloody Sunday.  I like the idea, and the message, if not so much the drawing.

Day 30 - Cauldron Crones.  I seriously mailed this one in, big time.  Hate it.

 

Day 31 - Trick or Treat.  AND I'M DONE!!!  I didn't even care what this one looked like, I was sooooo happy to be done with it.

And now on to November and NaNoWriMo.  Or not, if I'm smart.  You'd think I'd have learned...
9  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Monster Mack - with pattern! on: September 12, 2017 04:47:12 PM
I had a little bit of yarn and no inclination to follow a set pattern (though this pattern owe much to the many, many other patterns I have made that taught me how to construct amis!), so after pulling out many, many stitches, Monster Mack was born:



Then, of course, I hate to make a second one to make sure the pattern I wrote down worked, and even though I am complete rubbish at following patterns (even ones I made up, I don't think I've yet to make anything perfectly "right"), it worked out.  The second one's eyeball is bigger because I forgot what white yarn I used and not all worsted weight yarn is crafted equal!



But it looks pretty darn similar, so I'm going to call the pattern a success!

Legs (make 2, dont cut yarn on second one)

1. 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2. Inc around (12)
3. Inc around (24)
4. Sc in BLO (24)
5. Sc around (24)
6. Sc, Dec around (16)
7. Sc around (16)
8. [Sc, Sc, Dec] around (12)
9. Sc around (12)
10. [Sc, Sc, Dec] around (9)
11. Sc around (9)

Picture of the next step, attaching the two legs together (seen from the top):


Body and head
On second foot, ch 2 and continue working around the first foot, then back around the second foot.
12. Inc in the next 9 st, DcDec in ch st, Inc in the next 9 st, DcDec in chain st (38)
13. Sc around (38)
14. [6 Sc, Inc, 4 Sc, Inc, 6 Sc, Dc] x2 (42)
15. Sc around (42)
16. [5 Sc, Inc] around (49)
17. Sc around (49)
18. Sc around (49)
19. Sc around (49)
20. [5 Sc, Dec] around (42)
21. Sc around (42)
22. [4 Sc, Dec] around (35)
23. Sc around (35)
24. [3 Sc, Dec] around (28)
25. Sc around (28)
26. [2 Sc, Dec] around (21)
27. [Sc, Dec] around (14)
28. Inc around (28)
29. [Sc, Inc] around (42)
30. Sc around (42)
31. Sc around (42)
32. [4 Sc, Dec] around (35)
33. Sc around (35)
34. Sc around (35)
35. [3 Sc, Dec] around (28)
36. Sc around (28)
37. [2 Sc, Dec] around (21)
38. [Sc, Dec] around (14)
39. Dec around, close and fasten off

Arms (make 2)
1. 6 Sc in magic ring
2. [Sc, Inc] around (9)
3. [2 Sc, Inc] around (12)
4. Sc around (12)
5. Sc around (12)
6. [Sc, Dec] around (8 )
7. Sc around (8 )
8. Sc around (8 )
9. Sc around (8 )
10. Sc around (8 )
11. Sc around (8 )
12. Sc around (8 )
13. Sc around (8 )
Fasten off and leave a long tail to sew to the body

Ears (make 2)

1.  Ch 3, Hdc in 2nd Ch from hook.  Ch 1, turn
2. HdcInc , Ch 1, trun
3. Hdc, HdcInc
4. Turn and sc 3 stitches down the side, then 3 sc in tip of ear, and 3 sc down the other side.  Fasten off and leave a long tail to sew to the head.

Eye stalk

1. 6 sc in magic ring in black yarn, fasten off (6)
2. Inc around in iris color, fasten off (12)
3. [Sc, Inc] around in white (18)
4. Sc around (18)
5. Sc around (18)
6. [Sc, Dec] around (12)
7. Dec around, fasten off (6)
8. 3 Hdc, 3 Sl St in body color (6)
9. 3 Hdc, 3 Sl St in body color (6)
10. 3 Hdc, 3 Sl St in body color (6)
11. Sc around (6)
12. Sc around (6)
13. Sc around (6)
Fasten off and leave a long tail to sew to the head.



I usually (ha, twice, now, if you can call that "usually") run the yarn up to the bend in the eye stalk to tack it down to keep the eyeball more firmly in place - better crocheters might not need to do this, but I'm pretty fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants and not always as... exact with my stitches as I should be!)

Also, I get that having an 8 followed by a closed parens forming a sunglasses smiling face is a quick and easy emoticon, but boy, does it make it hard to say there are 8 stitches in a round, because it looks like this: (Cool  And then I have to go back and edit it to add a space, so then it just looks a little weird, but works: (8 )
10  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / Stained Glass Rose Painting on: July 19, 2017 05:39:06 PM
So... this is a Lifebook 2013 lesson... yeah... I'm a little behind.  Id' put off doing this one because I knew how much work it was going to be.  I thought I knew, but it took far, far, far longer than even I thought.  I hated every minute of it, and was determined to hate the finished product... but I don't, really.  It's a cool look, but I'm not sure I'm patient enough to ever do it again.



You basically coat two sides of tissue paper with glossy Mod Podge, then paint one side.  THEN you meticulously cut out each piece to fit into the area of your drawing, gluing each of them down.  THEN you paint around the edges and line in between the pieces in black.  I lost track of the number of hours I spent on this, but it took about four days of working on it every day for a few hours each.



The pieces are a bit sticky, and coating the top after you finish gluing it down with more glossy Mod Podge makes it that much more glassy looking!







Now I just have to finish LB 2013 (I think I have 25 lessons left?) and do pretty much all of LB 2014, 2015, and 2016...  D:
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