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    how does one make a pattern of a portrait? If fancy art programs are needed, would it be possible for someone with the proper tools to make me a pattern if i send the pic?

    thanks

    Dave

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    Dave, scroll down to "Scroll saw pattern requests" under "Forum Jump". There are some very talented designers here that will help you. Yes, it takes some special software to make a pattern from a picture and a special talent.
    Last edited by Mick Walker; 01-19-2012, 03:50 PM. Reason: Added a sentence
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      yes i noticed that section of the forum after i posted here

      sorry

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        Let's see the pic you want done Dave. Post it here on the forum
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          Oily, it is in the pattern requests.
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