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    This is a sheltie, a pet I did for a friend. I really enjoy this type of art. I've done several other ones. The hardest part is the preparation before you actually do the sawing. I enjoy all the pieces I've seen on the sight. Amazing...


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  • #2
    Jonscrant, I liked the heart,did you wood burn as well as cutting? Lance


    • #3
      Hi Jon welcome to the forum

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      I wondered why the baseball was getting bigger. Then it hit me!


      • #4
        Hi Jon, Welcome to this site. Excellent burning.



        • #5
          Very nice piece - a wonderful gift.
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          • #6
            It's awsome! Can't tell if it's cut or burnt against the purple background. Either way it looks very good. Don


            • #7
              I was wondering the same thing about it looking like it was burned after being cut. If yes, very nice & very creative.

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