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    I made two more animal portraits today and feeling a little more confident in my ability as I am very new to this branch of scroll sawing. It would have been three but I was almost on the last cut and changing the blade I knocked the wood off the scroll saw and when it hit the floor it split in two. I should have seen it but it was a hair line split. I'm not to happy with the grain on the maple tiger but love the grain on the parrot.


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    Nicely done.
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    • #3
      You are definitely on a roll. Good job.

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        Looks good from here...!!!

        Nice cutting....!!!
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          Aye, nice work.
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