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  • Dusty Buffalo
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    I like it, I like it. Very nice.

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  • Dragon
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    Ian you are making me very jealous with all these dragons. You've checked my profile...and yes I am the year of the rat but have always had a love of dragons. For Christmas one of the books that I got is the "Fantasy and legends" by Judy Peterson. I can't wait to start scrolling from that.
    Your dragon is very nice.
    Diane

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  • Mackem
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    thanks Ian, i'll give it a try with ply and post a picture when it's done.

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  • PuzzledMoose
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    That's 1/2inch oak Kevin but I'm sure the patterns would work with other things - especially framed - or on a backer of a contrasting wood.

    Must admit I like oak - it's (relatively) cheap as rough lumber and the grain comes up nicely with BLO or tung oil ...

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  • Mackem
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    i really like it ian, what's the thickness of the wood? i'm gonna try this one myself, i got a full 8'x4'x1/4'' sheet of ply given of my younger brother and i think it's about time i cut something instead of looking at it. lol

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  • PuzzledMoose
    started a topic Here be dragons ..

    Here be dragons ..

    The next in the chinese horoscope series - only 10 more to go ..lol


    BTW, Diane - you're not a dragon - you're a rat ...
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