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    This is done out of 1/2 red oak and finished with minwax golden oak stain and 3 coats of poly. only broke one blade on this one so I must be getting better and I think it broke cause it got dull and I was too lazy to change it, got to learn to over come that lazy part.....well, let me know how it looks and what I could have done to make it better.

    Wayne
    You can't depend on your eyes if your imagination is out of focus...Mark Twain

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    Cowboy that is awsum. I love the way you made the color. darker in places than others. gave a great dimition. nice cutting. lol. I to push my blades beyond their ability to cut good. but Im not lazy just cheap.lol. good job . nice horse pattern too. your friend Evie Ps you did a great job on the viening. can't even see the drilled holes.

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      Yup, looks great! I do like the cat better, but they both are nice! Dale
      Dale w/ yella saws

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        What Cat. I seen no Cat. L-mm- c- m- peein. sorry just kidding.

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        • #5
          love the horse ,great job


          LOL Evie


          Charlie,
          Charlie
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          • #6
            CBW very nice work hard to believe this is only your third piece. My first was a couple of signs and a puzzle, by my estimation not worthy of photo but LOML thinks they are great. My first real project was a name plaque for my wifes friend's new baby turned out great but got away before I could get a picture. Looking good dude keep making that dust.
            Tom in Roanoke
            ...it seems that all my hobbies envolve making dust of wood...

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              Originally posted by hairfolicle2
              CBW very nice work hard to believe this is only your third piece. My first was a couple of signs and a puzzle, by my estimation not worthy of photo but LOML thinks they are great. My first real project was a name plaque for my wifes friend's new baby turned out great but got away before I could get a picture. Looking good dude keep making that dust.
              Ok Tom. I was just in Ronoak. just last week. did you go to the Shanadoa picnic. ? I would love to see your signs and puzzles. we all wont to show are best in here. But I would love to have a tread of first projects. Ill show mine, if you show yours. lol. OK friends. Be nice. welcome. your friend Evie

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              • #8
                Originally posted by minowevie
                Ok Tom. I was just in Ronoak. just last week. did you go to the Shanadoa picnic. ? I would love to see your signs and puzzles. we all wont to show are best in here. But I would love to have a tread of first projects. Ill show mine, if you show yours. lol. OK friends. Be nice. welcome. your friend Evie
                Hi Evie, hope you had a great time here in Virginia. I was not able to go to the picnic had to workbut would have loved to go. Would have really liked to get the chance to meet you and your husband. I have not been able to get pictures of my first works yet our digital camera has gone AWOL. The only camera I have now is the one on my computer and the quality of that does not do justice to anything sorry. Maybe next time your in Virginia we can get together.
                Tom in Roanoke
                ...it seems that all my hobbies envolve making dust of wood...

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                • #9
                  HI Tom. are you a memmber of the Valley Scrollers? in Harrisonburg , Va.? would you be interested.? if so here is the presadents # (540)433-9190. He is a awsum scroller. and the people there are so nice. like all of you are back east. I wish I could have stayed longer. there work was awsum. and their friendly ness, made me home sick. ok don't leave us though. we still wont you here.lol. your friend Evie. Ps i will be looking you up the next time i am in town.

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