Ken Brown and David R. Toups on the final day of the April, 2013, Seminar in Allen, Texas.
I’ve never put this kind of information in this space and now I have this one and another that have ripened at almost the identical time; I’ll share both with you, but this one first.
(Jane Graham, are you ready for your closeup?)
David is a local attorney with a penchant for pens and what they do. What he did with them before coming to class was impressive. That knowledge and experience did help him advance a bit faster with the dental drill, though, as I’ve often said, that experience is NOT required to be successful in these classes. David is a perfectionist and driven to succeed at whatever the endeavor. Here is his comment sheet he included in his binder recapping all the critiques and photos through his Certification process:
This handsome fountain pen came in the package with his comment sheet and book of photos and critiques. David used the inverted cone to achieve this style of lettering with the dental drill.
I predict David will have all the engraving work his law practice will allow him to make time for. My Congratulations and best wishes go to David for his swift and efficient completion of the Ken Brown Certification. He joins only about 50 others who have taken this to the finish line. That leaves about 250 who didn’t for whatever the reason. Welcome, David!
If anyone reading this is interested in learning this highly marketable and productive skill, see the big exclamation point on the home page of my web site. The fee is almost half the normal and it will be available at that for only a few more days.