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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

VIDEO: Doodle Art Painting Journal page

VIDEO: Doodle Art journal page by Kim Dellow


Get your doodle pens and brushes ready because this week I am on a quest to get you doodling in your next art journal or painting project. Hey, why stop there? You could go doodle-tastic on your next card or papercraft project too! I don't want to leave anyone out!

So it is a no-fear, easy art journal page video this week with lots of colour and tips on designing, using colour and transparent and opaque acrylic paint thrown in too. I've also added some texture with stencils so grab your favorite stencil whilst you are at it!

Right, got everything you need? You will find the supplies list under the video. Let's get to it and don't forget to share the results, all my social media links are at the bottom of the post. You will also find a close-up picture of the texture under the video too!



VIDEO: Doodle Art Painting Journal page



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Junk Journal

StencilGirl Loopy Ladders Stencil
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Liquitex Heavy Body Acrylic Paint (Raw Sienna, Cadmium Yellow Medium Hue, Cadmium Red Medium Hue, Medium Magenta, Brilliant Yellow Green, Light Blue Permanent)
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Winsor and Newton Galeria Acrylic Paint (Payne's Grey)
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Posca pen PC-1MR (White, Black)
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Posca Pen PC-3M (Orange)
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Palette Knives
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Palette (piece of plastic)



Close up of the texture on the doodle art journal page, video by Kim Dellow

Can you see the stencil texture? That is just using heavy body acrylic paint. It is a lovely texture. You can also see some of the texture left over from a previous project where I cleaned paint off of some punchinella onto these pages.

So what theme or themes did you think of? I would love to know, so leave me a comment either here or over on YouTube.

Can't wait to see all your doodles this week!

Kim


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Sunday, 19 February 2017

New PaperArtsy Eclectica³ {Kim Dellow} Stamp And Stencil Release February 2017

Gelli print using with the new stencils and stamps by Kim Dellow

You guys know I am a bit circle obsessed and from what I've heard from you, a lot of you are too! Which is great news because my new designs for PaperArtsy. have lots of circles and circles flowers and I can not wait to see what you do with them.

Yes it is NEW PRODUCT release time. I have three new stamps sets and three new stencils as part of the PaperArtsy Eclectica³ {Kim Dellow} range. The new stamps do follow on from my earlier release last year but this year I thought I would change it up a little bit. I've been hankering after some mixed flowers and longing for a large flower, big is best right?! Plus I have some frames, a butterfly and what I am calling retro-electro heart.

I hope that you have lots of fun with them!

New PaperArtsy Eclectica³ {Kim Dellow} Stamp And Stencil Release February 2017

For the stencils I've continued with the floral theme for two of the stencils and there is one large flower stencil and a stencil with three smaller flowers and a leaf. But get this - you also get the mask for these stencils too as they come nested in the mylar sheet they have been cut from (don't throw it away!), you just need to nip them out and you have a stencil and a mask, two for the price of one!

The third stencil is a more abstract cluster of retro-style circles and rectangles and very much designed with texture and pattern in mind. It's going to be fun to see where we can go with these new designs!

Flower and leaves card using the new stamps from Kim Dellow

I love everything from clean and simple card making to mixed media messiness and art journaling so it is important to me that the products have multiple uses and can be applied to different types of projects.

But who better to showcase this than my two amazing release day wingmen Anneke De Clerke and Michelle Short?! Both of these talented artists have different have made some amazing samples for this launch of these new products. It is a real joy to see them bring these products to life! Here is a little teaser of their samples. They have more on their own blogs, just click the pictures below to go to their blogs and give them some love!


Anneke De Clerck samples for the February 2017 PaperArtsy {Kim Dellow} Product release


Michelle Short samples for the February 2017 PaperArtsy {Kim Dellow} Product release


I've also got some of my own samples to share with you this week starting with the making of this journal page using the large flower stencil PS046, the retro shapes stencil PS040, the small flower stencils PS048 and the line stamp from the EKD04 stamp set.

I've used PaperArtsy Fresco Finish paints to make this page and the colours I've used are Blue Oyster, China, Limelight, Banana, Bubble Gum and Coral, scroll down further to see the video showing how the page from start to finish.


Large PaperArtsy Flower Art Journal Page using new stamps and stencils from Kim Dellow


VIDEO: Art Journal: Large PaperArtsy Stencil Flower




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Products Used:
PaperArtsy Eclectica³ {Kim Dellow} Stamps EKD04
PaperArtsy Eclectica³ {Kim Dellow} Stencil PS040, PS046 and PS048
PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Paints: Blue Oyster, China, Limelight, Banana, Bubble Gum and Coral
Strathmore Mixed Media Journal
Cut N Dry Foam
Junk Journal
Scissors
Sharpie Paint pen White
Golden Regular Gel (Gloss)
Palette
Plastic card
Micron Pigma pen
Pencil

You can see from the film that there are so many ways to use the stencils, for example, I've used the whole retro shapes stencil to add texture to the collage pieces but then used it again, but only a part of it to add a bit of focal point detail and interest to the centre of the flower as you can see in this close up picture below.

I doodled in the little retro rectangles background but if you remember back to the EKD03 set there was a similar design in that set that you could use instead! So totally mix and match.


Close up of the flower head from the Large PaperArtsy Flower Art Journal Page using new stamps and stencils from Kim Dellow


Come back tomorrow for a closer look at Michelle Short's samples and then on Tuesday for Anneke De Clerck samples or pop over to their blogs to see them now. You can also see more about this new release over on the PaperArtsy blog including a step by step project from me.

I hope you enjoy playing with these. Now that you have seen them what do you think you will make first?

Kim


Monday, 16 May 2016

Sharing An Art Journal Theme

I've been doing a lot of drawing in my art journal recently. I have been using different kinds of Sharpie pens either on fresh pages or on pages that already had a few layers of paint left over from previous projects.

I've been sharing some of my surface design patterns on my Instagram feed and I will be blogging them at some point. But in the meantime here are a couple of pages that I haven't posted to instagram as yet, they will be going up today or tomorrow!

Kim Dellow - Page one of a two page art journal series


They are both pages from my Junk Journals. For both of these pages I've used white water-based Sharpie paint pens over acrylic paint backgrounds. The two pages sit opposite each other in my journal but I decided not to do them as a double page spread even though they had the coordinating paint background with the lovely green punchinella texture.


Kim Dellow - Page two of a two page art journal series

It is more a two page series with a red theme I think and the white sketched motifs links the pages together.

Have you been keep your flyers for turning into Junk Journals? If you aren't sure what I mean then you can learn more about my junk journals on my YouTube Channel or in my Reusing Flyers blog post from a couple of weeks ago.

What themes have you been working on in your art journals?

Kim

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Sunday, 10 April 2016

PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Acrylic Paints And Ink Resist

You will not be able to resist the current theme over on the PaperArtsy blog because it is Resists! (Oh dear Kim, I think you have been working too hard!). I'm sorry, I could not resist starting with that. Oh boy, I'm doing it again, quick let's move on!

Well, we ARE talking about Resists over on the PaperArtsy blog at the moment and for my blog post I have been experimenting with a resist technique based on the Gouache and ink technique. But as it is PaperArtsy I thought I would have a go with using their Fresco Finish Acrylic Paints instead of Gouache.

If you do not know the Gouache and ink resist technique then basically Gouache will resist waterproof inks like Indian ink (or India ink if you are in the US) and once dry you can wash the ink off with water. Anywhere you did not have Gouache will be the ink and anywhere there was Gouache the ink will come off. So you really have to think positive space and negative space when you are painting the Gouache.


I wasn't even sure that this technique would work with acrylic paint, I mean it is not called the Acrylic Paint Ink Resist Technique after all. So I started with some experiments and tried different brands of acrylic paints. I found that Liquitex works amazingly well with this technique, Golden ok, but not as well as Liquitex.

But what about PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Paints? - FAIL! Nope did not resist the ink at all.

Close up of ink on Fresco Paint

But hey, that ain't gonna stop me. Being a little bit of a chemist at heart I reasoned that adding medium might give the PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Paint properties that would help it to resist the ink.

RESULT! I added the the PaperArtsy Crackle Glaze to the Fresco paint and the technique worked. I've not yet tried the other glazes as the crackle is the only one I have at the moment, but if you try them do come back and let me know how you get on!

Close up of the Fresco Finish ink resist technique

If you want to have a go at this technique too then do visit my Fresco Finish Acrylic Paints And Ink Resist post on the PaperArtsy blog today as my full tutorial is up with all the details and steps you need.

Kim

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Friday, 25 March 2016

Show Your face

Thank you facers for your linking up and sharing your work, you are all so inspirational! Are you ready for a Show Your Face link up this week?

First up the admin...

Schedule:
  • Inspired By - March 2016 (pick another to inspire our work this month, they can be a Facer or someone one else, up to you).
  • Head Positions - May 2016 (try different head potions through the month. Suggested by June Walker)
  •  Quick Draw Faces - July 2016 (set a timer to say 10-15 min - or less if you dare! - and draw a face or several faces in that time. Suggested by Gibby Frogett).
  • Change Hands - September 2016 (try using your non-dominant hand to draw/ paint / make your face this month. Suggested by Hazel Agnew).
Remember all are optional prompts, you don't have to use them, they are there if you fancy playing, if not just link up your usual work as normal.


Don't forget:
  • Show Your Face is a community link up for portrait work in any style or medium.
  • the aims are to share, learn, practise, inspire, and be inspired.
  • to make sure that the face artwork is yours, if you use any stamps or templates to build the face they should be designed by you.
  • the link is open from 10 am (BST) every Friday and stays open for a week, so link away.
  • finished pieces, works in progress or retro posts (i.e. older works, not from this week) are all welcome.
  • to link back to the link blog post here for that week.
  • Spread the word on your blog/social media outlets and use the #ShowYourFaceFriday hashtag in social media.
  • There is a prompt every other month. Using the prompts is totally optional and just there if you fancy playing along. You can still post your face work even if you haven't used the prompt.

Looking For The Blog Button?

If you want to wear the blog button with pride then hop on over to Show Your Face 31st July 2015 to grab it and there are instructions on how to put it on your blog there too.


My Share This Week...


This week has gone in a whirl and I did not have time to work to the 'Inspired By' theme again. I'm sharing a quick scribble in my junk journal that I'm calling 'Hidden'. I think the green is making her look a little hulk-ish! She is a superwomen, so perhaps I can cheat and say she is following our theme this month and was 'Inspired By' comic book artists? What do you think?

Over To You...

Link your faces artwork and spread the word on your blog and/or social media, hashtag #ShowYourFaceFriday. Please do let anyone you think would be interested in sharing their portraits know about our community here.

Catch you later Face-Artinators

Kim

PS. Some other places you might want to link your work to: Painted pages share at Paint Party Friday. Art journal pages, check out the new theme at Art Journal Journey. Those of you on Facebook ask Darcy Wilkinson if you can join her Face To Face page.


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Saturday, 27 February 2016

As Featured On Blitsy - How To Make Mixed Media Wall Art

Time for a tutorial share over on the Blitsy blog for the steps to make a textured canvas board project.

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Close up on a textured canvas board

You might just be able to tell from this cheeky sneaky peek (I wanted to say peeky then but perhaps that is an -eeky too far?!) that I've used a stencil to build up the texture and then there are several layers using different DecoArt Media paints to build up the colour.

You can see all the steps over on the Blitsy Blog.

Have a fun Saturday you all.
Kim

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Friday, 18 December 2015

Show Your Face

Hey Show Your Facers, it is the holiday season and everyone is super busy so I thought we could keep this Show Your Face open for the rest of December. So there will be no more weekly updates until Friday 1st January 2016 but this post will stay open for your link ups over the next two weeks, bookmark this page so that you can find it easily!

Don't forget that January 2016 we will have the Focus on Eyes themes!

First up the admin...

Schedule:
  • Focus On Eyes - January 2016 (break out of our normal practice and try different styles of doing eyes such as traditional, cartoon, manga etc. As suggested by Susana Magenheimer)
  • Inspired By - March 2016 (pick fellow Facers to inspire our work this month)
Feel free to let me know if you have any more themes or ideas for Show Your Face.


Don't forget:
  • Show Your Face is a community link up for portrait work in any style or medium.
  • the aims are to share, learn, practise, inspire, and be inspired.
  • to make sure that the face artwork is yours, if you use any stamps or templates to build the face they should be designed by you.
  • this link is open until 1st January 2016, so link away over the next two weeks.
  • finished pieces, works in progress or retro posts (i.e. older works) are all welcome.
  • to link back to the link blog post here on your blog.
  • Spread the word on your blog/social media outlets and use the #ShowYourFaceFriday hashtag in social media.

Looking For The Blog Button?

If you want to wear the blog button with pride then hop on over to Show Your Face 31st July 2015 to grab it and there are instructions on how to put it on your blog there too.


My Last Face for 2015...


I went for paint to make my face this week. She is made using a very simple palette of gold, raw umber and white. The base was a junk journal page that had the cleanings from a stencil with molding paste from a previous work.

I love the texture and I altered how I used the paint, so I added it thickly in places or used it in a wash in other areas.

You can see the shine of the gold paint when it catches the light.



Over To You...

Link your faces artwork here for the next two weeks until the 1st January 2016 when we will start the weekly link up again. Please do let anyone you think would be interested in sharing their portraits know about our community here.

Catch you later Face-Artinators

Kim

PS. Some other places you might want to link your work to: Art journal pages link up with Julie Fei-Fan Balzer's Art Journal Everyday post. Painted pages share at Paint Party Friday. Art journal page with a collage theme link up to Art Journal Journey. Those of you on Facebook ask Darcy Wilkinson if you can join her Face To Face page.


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Tuesday, 10 November 2015

As Featured On Blitsy - DIY Christmas-Inspired Art Journal Page

Do you like using the seasons to inspire your art journaling? I think colour often inspires my pages through the seasons and yes, I think weather features at times too. Well the upcoming season is definitely inspiring my art journal tutorial on the Blitsy blog today. I've gone super-snowy on some Christmas music ready for a white Christmas!

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Christmas-inspired Art Journal page


You can see the whole process on the Blitsy blog and don't forget to check out the HoliDIY Hub for lots of Christmas gift ideas for the creatives in your life and enter the Golden Scissors giveaway for a chance to win $1000 to spend at Blitsy and then there is the daily Black Friday giveaway going on too!

Win $1000 to spend at Blitsy - Golden Scissors

Lots of chances to win something yummy!

Kim

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Friday, 16 October 2015

Show Your Face

Hey Friday, Hey Facers! We had a huge number of faces last week, both old and new. Welcome to all and massive thank you for linking up, hope you had fun hopping through all of last week's faces.

Now I know that we have quite a few PaperArtsy fans here so some of you might already have seen my share today and you will also know that the current PaperArtsy challenge theme is faces! They were very kind and had me over on their blog on Monday with a guest blog post.

But if you didn't know then do pop on over to check out the PaperArtsy blog and link up your face work to their challenge post to be in with a chance to win £50 to spend over at the PaperArtsy shop, which is full of yumminess, by the way!

Right, shall we show our faces?


First up the admin...

Schedule:
  • In The Style Of  - November 2015 (examine our favourite established artists, incorporate what they do through our own face practise)
  • Focus On Eyes - January 2016 (break out of our normal practice and try different styles of doing eyes such as traditional, cartoon, manga etc. As suggested by Susana Magenheimer)
  • Inspired By - March 2016 (pick fellow Facers to inspire our work this month)
Feel free to let me know if you have any more themes or ideas for Show Your Face.


Don't forget:
  • Show Your Face is a community link up for portrait work in any style or medium.
  • the aims are to share, learn, practise, inspire, and be inspired.
  • to make sure that the face artwork is yours, if you use any stamps or templates to build the face they should be designed by you.
  • the link is open from 10 am (BST) every Friday and stays open for a week, so link away.
  • finished pieces, works in progress or retro posts (i.e. older works, not from this week) are all welcome.
  • to link back to the link blog post here for that week.
  • Spread the word on your blog/social media outlets and use the #ShowYourFace hashtag in social media.

Looking For The Blog Button?

If you want to wear the blog button with pride then hop on over to Show Your Face 31st July 2015 to grab it and there are instructions on how to put it on your blog there too.


My Share This Week...


My share this week is another sneaky peek of the face I did for PaperArtsy using the PaperArtsy Fresco Acrylic paint and JoFY stamps. If you want to see the whole thing and how I put it together then check out the guest post that I did for them on Monday where I've shown my process for this piece.


Over To You...

Link your faces artwork and spread the word on your blog and/or social media, hashtag #ShowYourFace . Please do let anyone you think would be interested in sharing their portraits know about our community here.

Catch you later Face-Artinators

Kim

PS. Some other places you might want to link your work to: PaperArtsy Faces Challenge, with a chance to win a voucher to spend at PaperArtsy. Art journal pages link up with Julie Fei-Fan Balzer's Art Journal Everyday post. Painted pages share at Paint Party Friday. Art journal page with than Architecture theme link up to Art Journal Journey. Those of you on Facebook ask Darcy Wilkinson if you can join her Face To Face page.


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Monday, 31 August 2015

Working With Texture On Canvas

I started three canvases three weeks ago. I got all excited as I thought I would enter them into a couple of art competitions that I had spotted. I find having a focus like that can be a great way to concentrate the mind. I am somewhat deadline driven after all! But the best laid plans of Mice and Kims go so terribly squiggy at times and I missed both competition deadlines in spectacular form.

Textured canvas - tree study

I actually finished this piece a day after the deadline had passed. GO Kim! The other two pieces never got off the ground and are still sitting in a state of project beginning-ness. Mainly due to a convergence of commission deadlines, which always take priority.

All I knew when I started this piece was that I wanted to play with using gel medium to add a bit of dimension and texture to the work. I built the texture with Golden Regular gel and a palette knife then added layers of paint over the top once it was dry.

A close up of the texture on the canvas

The tree came along nearer to the end. A few layers in, I realised that what I wanted was some sort of focal point and a tree felt right even if there is a lot a blue and not so much green. Although the Quinacridone Gold wash over the top does give it a slight green tinge in places and a slightly aged look that I don't think has been entirely captured in the photographs unfortunately.

Close up of the tree focal point

Close up of the texture from a different direction

I may have missed the competition deadline but I still like the resultant canvas with all its texture and it was a great learning process too.

Are you, like me, very deadline driven? Do you need a deadline to focus your mind? Or can you be productive without one?

Kim




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Monday, 24 August 2015

Painted Scribble Flowers Birthday Card

All the way back in those heady days of July (like all of last month) I fell in LOVE!

I remember it well, it was a gloriously sunny day (it might not have been, I mean it was July in the United Kingdom after all). I was wearing a blue skirt, sea-green shirt and red shoes (I was probably in dark trousers and my altered Hong Kong Phooey t-shirt), my hair was rich, flowing and radiant (yeah, most likely grey, piled on my head waiting for a dye). I was working hard, rushing towards my project deadline for Blitsy when IT happened.

It hit me hard and fast! BAM! I'm in love!

I made some Mixed Media Keepsake envelopes (with a tutorial and a free template hint hint!) and fell in love with painted Scribble Flowers!

DIY Mixed Media Keepsake envelopes
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It is funny how these things happen isn't it? But what can you do when love hits you? I just had to make some more painted scribble flowers, so I kept on going and made a birthday card with them.

Painted Roses Birthday card

My painted scribble flowers use the My Favorite Things Lisa Johnson Designs Circle Scribble Flowers as a base. I stamped out the block images and used them as a size guide rather then getting all carried away if I did them freestyle, 'coz I would you know and before you knew it there would be one giant flower and no room for anything else! Not a bad thing, but not the look I was going for!


Aww love, how it doeth affect you (and seemingly change your memory of actual events and usage of the English language, apparently) *Swoon*.

What (or who!) have you fallen in love with recently? Do share!

Kim (imagine lots of emoticon hearts)







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Tuesday, 18 August 2015

As Featured On Blitsy - DIY Custom Artwork Using Stamps

Time for a tutorial! This one is over on the Blitsy blog but just for you here is a little picture of what I made.
Stamped artwork

You can find the finished project along with the step by step over on the Blitsy blog.

Do go check it out!

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Friday, 24 July 2015

Art It Friday - Show Your Face

Guess what day it is? Yep! It is Faceday and I was thinking we have been doing this since around April so it is about time that we had a blog badge, what do you think?

Well, here it is, please feel free to grab the code from the box under the badge to put it on your blog to tell the world you are sharing your face with a group of like minded folk:

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<div class="kim-dellow-button" style="width: 200px; margin: 0 auto;"> <a href="http://www.kimdellow.co.uk/search/label/Show%20Your%20Face" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"> <img src="https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-m4gbOaqIOA8/VbDAKMb-ibI/AAAAAAAATcM/Stn201EJlZc/s512-Ic42/KimDellowShowYourFace.jpg" alt="Kim Dellow" width="200" height="200" /> </a> </div>

It links straight back to the Show Your Face posts so that you can find them easily.

Right, who is up for a Face share?

For anyone new here this is a regular place to come and inspire, be inspired, but above all to share our portrait progress week by week. Every Friday at 10 am (BST) a new Show Your Face blog post goes live with the linky to add your blog post or online gallery picture to with any portrait work you have been doing.

Your face can be drawn, doodled, painted, stitched, be made using any materials and can be any style, all I ask is that it is your artwork. If you use templates, stencils or stamps to build the face anatomy, then they should be ones you have made yourself and not someone else's. 

Finished pieces, works in progress or retro posts (i.e. older works, not from this week) are all welcome, so come join in and spread the word on your blog/social media outlets. Use hashtag #ShowYourFace if you like!  


I'm sharing another sketch this week, I seem to be stuck in face-sketch-mode at the moment but I'm really enjoying them.

Kim Dellow Show Your Face sketch 23rd July 2015

She is sketched in a white pen, a Signo Uni-ball, on a painted black page from my junk journal.

So that is my share for the week, now...

Over To You...

Link your faces artwork and spread the word on your blog and/or social media, hashtag #ShowYourFace for those of you that use them. Please do let anyone you think would be interested in sharing their portraits know about our community here.

Don't forget - During August Art It Friday - Show Your Face will become Show Your Face Inspired By {Insert Name} learn more about it from my 10th July 2015 blog post.

Catch you later Face-Artinators

Kim

PS. Some other places you might want to link your work to: Art journal pages link up with Julie Fei-Fan Balzer's Art Journal Everyday post. Painted pages share at Paint Party Friday.

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