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  • IRMSRUS
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    Im waiting on my african mahogany and cherry to arrive from sloans... I haven't decided on which one im going to go with yet...

    Right now im debating on wether or not i'll try to make it a big inlay or if i just wanna scroll it... I will most definately post pictures of it when shes finished... Thanks for your help...

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  • ozarkhillbilly
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    Tim I meant to ask you what kind of wood will you be cutting you portrait in?
    And don't forget to post a picture of it when your done!!

    Pete, just remember you got to have your priorities......

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  • pete00
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    Originally posted by ozarkhillbilly

    And Pete, Please dont call me Master..... unless you were refering to my beer drinking and Barbque
    lol....OH great one ill be over for class !!!!!

    hope i dont learn too much and forget to check out coyote....
    Last edited by pete00; 06-20-2006, 07:33 AM.

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  • ozarkhillbilly
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    I use Coyote software program, others use Corel, some use PSP8. I had trouble using the PSP8, but thats just me. It has a bit of a learning curve to it that as of yet I've not gotten the hang of. With the Coyote program (I'm still learning also) I've been able to creat quite a few patterns with good to great results.
    Check the images below for a few that I've done.

    And Pete, Please dont call me Master..... unless you were refering to my beer drinking and Barbque
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  • pete00
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    Originally posted by ozarkhillbilly
    Tim you have mail......
    Master Bill

    How are you going to turn that into a pattern/stencil ?

    thanks....pete

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  • ozarkhillbilly
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    Tim you have mail......

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  • IRMSRUS
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    Originally posted by ozarkhillbilly
    I guess you will be cutting it?

    Check your PM
    yup, back 'atcha thanx alot bill... I've got the wood ordered, I've got to have it finished by July 25th so the sooner the better

    Again i appriciate it alot.

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  • ozarkhillbilly
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    I guess you will be cutting it?

    Check your PM

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  • IRMSRUS
    started a topic pattern request

    pattern request

    i would like to have a pattern / .jpeg file created for a scroll saw pattern made of this photo (big enough to fir nicely onto an 8x12 inch piece of wood...

    Could someone possibly help me out?

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