Actually Rosemary was the other half of Believe Baits. She did all the airbrushing of the jig heads used for bass jigs and spinner baits. Very talented lady. Seeing his shop was an experience. He has a row of 5 cabinets maybe 7 feet tall with three foot double doors, each with 24" deep shelving spaced about 10" apart. Every shelf, every inch, was full of molds....mostly of the Do-It ilk....often with six to ten of each mold. He had cases of rubber for making jigs and spinner baits, plus paint and cartons of hooks, plastic and colorants and glitters. There was a line of tables right behind the double-wide garage door that took up a goodly portion of the span plus 2 double tables, end to end, where painting, casting and injection took place. I'll never forget walking into that the first time.....just unreal.