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    Hi Everyone, here are two more portraits that I finished for a coworker. These are his grandparents both sets. I have a barrel racer also finished for a christmas gift. Steve
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    Steve, nice job on all 3. Did you make your own frames?
    Mick, - Delta P-20

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    • #3
      Nice job on all 3 Steve! I really like the barrell racer.
      Kevin
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      • #4
        Hi Everyone, Thanks for the kind words. Yes I made my own frames from 3/4" redoak with Minwax redoak stain. The portraits are 1/2" maple and have a painted 3/16" plywood backer. The barrel racer is a little bit intricate but it really pops in the maple with the darker frame. Steve
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        • #5
          Stevie, very nice, all 3, I too like the barral racer. butttt. could you make the barral a natural light. nice gift. wish i new how to do that. Evie

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            Hi Evie, funny you should say that about the natural light, I wanted to change it to a bottle of Bud Select but they wanted me to stick with the pattern. Steve
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            • #7
              It is about time I heard from you -- where ya been? What ya been doin?
              why did you do it?
              Ohhhh shame on you. lol-- Sorry I don't have aol any longer and I don't have a clue how to use my broadband address to recieve mail- so I just have to pick on ya from here-- I love your work and as soon as Christmas gets here so Tony can open his camera I want to show the neat stuff I can do now that I have the right " stuff" to do them-- Hugs to you and tell that sweet wife -- shar says hey
              Love ya

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              • #8
                Hi Sharon, good to hear from you. I am still catching up with christmas orders, my elves just aren't working very well I think they must be forming a union. (haha). I have one more portrait to do and a few small things that are ordered. I try to have a variety of things on hand for the last minute gifts. I will be waiting on those pictures of your stuff to get posted. Love Ya, Steve
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                • #9
                  Nice work, Steve. I particularly like the barrel racer too .. though maybe it should have been a water barrel ... oh wait a minute .. it's Coors .. that's pretty close ...
                  Ian

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                  • #10
                    Hi Ian, look even closer it's Coors Light. That's diet water isn't it?hahahah Steve
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                    • #11
                      I can't even imagine what Coors LITE would taste like if anything ..

                      Must admit during visits to the States I was pleasantly surprised that there are good beers brewed there .. just not by the big name breweries like Bud, Coors and Miller that to me at least all taste of ... well .. not much ..

                      There are some great small craft breweries in the NW and I was pleasantly surprised when I was in Utah to find that although the alcohol content of beer there is restricted to around 3% they actually produce beers that taste good..
                      Ian

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