I tend to disagree,
If you have the opportunity to really look at some of Clyde's work, you will find his craftmanship to be quite good, looking at his commercial products as opposed to his artisitic products, is quite a different experiance..
I fully understand making a living and being an artist, making a living means you eat, being an aritist means someone else eats.
Just my .02
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