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    cut a couple projects the other night, one an indian from our own Messman cut on 1/4 oak and stained dark with a stained pine frame. The other a grizzly bear by sue walker that I put in a barn style frame I made up.
    Cedarguy
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  • #2
    Very Nice!!
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    • #3
      Well done. The Indian one, the frame is a little overbearing, but a nice job overall.
      "Still Montana Mike"

      "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
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      • #4
        Nice detail cutting.

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        • #5
          Nicely done on both
          Im with Mike, the Indian gets a little lost with the dark staining and the dark backer. But maybe it comes out better seeing it in person
          Brett

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          • #6
            Nice cutting on both! Thanks for cutting my bear pattern...it looks great in that frame.
            Sue
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            • #7
              Originally posted by shadylady0447 View Post
              Nice cutting on both! Thanks for cutting my bear pattern...it looks great in that frame.
              Thankyou for designing the bear pattern! It looks great!
              Cedarguy

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              • #8
                Great looking cuttings and really like the frame work. Thanks for showing them to us.
                jim
                penquin

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                • #9
                  Nice job cedarguy,
                  like the style of frame you used,did you make those also,what did you use too plane the bevel,if you did/.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by tony coleman View Post
                    Nice job cedarguy,
                    like the style of frame you used,did you make those also,what did you use too plane the bevel,if you did/.
                    Thanks for the comments. I did make the frames, the one on the bear is made from plywood strips and it is beveled. I used an old hand plane my grandpa gave me some years back to plane the edges.
                    Cedarguy

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                    • #11
                      Like the indian and the frame's. I feel the bear is to close to it's frame.
                      Lance

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                      • #12
                        I some how totally missed this posting. Thanks for posting it. My indian pattarn came out so much better than I pictured it in my head. Thank you for cutting it. That bear is fantastic as well.
                        CHRIS


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                        • #13
                          Beautifull work!!
                          Dan

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by wood-n-things View Post
                            Well done. The Indian one, the frame is a little overbearing, but a nice job overall.
                            Cedarguy, I think you did a nice job on the cuttings but I believe I would have used a narrower material for the frame. When framing my work I want the focal point to be the cutting not the frame. Just a thought, for showing us your work.
                            Stoney aka Al

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                            • #15
                              I love the Indian. But like the others think, maybe you could do something diff with the frame? The matt does help alot, tho, to separate the two.
                              But I do love it...I wouldn't hesitate to hang it on my wall as is. It is gorgeous.

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