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Tony Moy
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Merry Christmas all!!
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Some Work in Progress for #eccc   #emeraldCityComicon   #monsterandDames   artbook.   #watercolor   #art   #painting   #fantasy   #fierce   #beauty   #dragon   #warrior  
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AlexGarner just shared his latest cover for Marvel's Death of Wolverine: Logan's Legacy #6.

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A friend visiting from China picked up some traditional #chinese   #watercolors   for me.  So I want to test them out and maybe paint something about nature but cool..... so of course that means #groot   #iamgroot   #guardiansofthegalaxy   #workinprogress   #art  
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a collection of #artwork   from the past month.  Fun with #watercolors!

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Portrait Commission of Toshitsugu Takamatsu - "the Last Shinobi" - #watercolor   #painting   #portrait  
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At Work... #watercolor   #art   #artprocess   #painting   #inks  
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Finished up a Groot.... because... We Are #groot   #iamgroot   #guardiansofthegalaxy   #watercolor   #art   #painting  
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Watercolor #batman  on translucent film.   It's very interesting to get any sort of detail on this because the water does not get absorbed.

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That is an awesome piece. Thanks for showing it off today at HeroesCon.
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  • Illinois Institute of Art
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I dabble in too many things and master almost none of them. 
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I once bit a radioactive spider. It gained the proprotionate strength and agility of me.
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  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Biology, 1994 - 1998
  • Loyola University Chicago
    MBA, 1998 - 2000
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Tony Moy
Tried three dishes... the Mac n Cheese with Pulled Pork, a full slab of ribs and the southern fired chicken. The Full slab and chicken being indicated on their menus as their "specialty" items. While the pulled Pork seemed pretty good (probably the best part of the meal) the Mac itself wasn't anything special, and definitely was not worth the $11 price tag. It came in an average sized bowl/portion and it tasted like any Mac and Cheese I could make at home. It wouldn't have taken much to make the dish taste like it costs, bake it a little, pop in a few other types of cheese ... done and I'm a happy camper. (or cut the price down and I'd be better) The Ribs were solid. Not great fall off the bone juicy deliciousness, but very solid. A good dry rub complemented by a decent tangy sauce. There isn't much I could say that was bad about the ribs, but for being the house specialty, there isn't much I could say that was memorable about it. Wasn't the juiciest, wasn't the dryest, wasn't the tastiest, wasn't the worst. For $24 for the full slab, I expected to gain as much satisfaction as I would have for a $24 steak at Mortons, unfortunately I did not. The sweet potato fries that came with the ribs weren't the tastiest either, they were a bit soggy and the color of them (along with the fried chicken) led me to believe the oil was a bit dirty. As we packed up the leftovers at the end of the night, I was surprised that I didn't take the fries home, because I normally take EVERYTHING home.... =) The southern fried chicken, came out looking quite dark. and worried for a few moments that it was burned. They definitely added some custom spices to the batter, but I couldn't tell if the oil was dirty or that's the way they were suppose to look because, the chicken skin was quite dark. Barring that, the chicken was quite tender and juicy and very well cooked. and all three pieces were a decent size. The breading was crunchy and had a unique flavor, but I could definitely take bites where all I got was the breading. It reminded me slightly of Brown's chicken, if anyone remembers that. I enjoyed the green bean and potatoe sides, but then again I'm a sucker for green beans. I was really looking forward to some beans and rice, but they ran out that night. The sweet potato fries were definitely soggy and a bit narsty, possibly serving it smashed underneath a slab of ribs could have done it in. At the end of the evening, I left wishing I had gone with the pulled pork sandwich. The mixed bourbon drinks were strong, but for some reason the Manly sounding Bourbon Smash was presented to the table, and made me feel like I needed an umbrella to drink it. Overall the food seemed solid. There wasn't anything I could say that made me think it was horrible or bad, but for the price, I felt I should be saying how awesome or unique it was. The staff was more than friendly and helpful, The decor was a fun western farmy kinda feel. You can hold a conversation and it wasn't too loud or cramped. But either cut the prices to match the quality, or up the quality a bit more. I easily felt there were some simple things that could have been done to make me feel I spent a worthwhile check.
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