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  • Lonely --a new cutting

    This was a Patteren done by another Rick goes by Scrollzilla. I cut it out of birch with spirals and had one small pece break in the trees so you cant tell it.
    It was a hard cut but i think it turned out nice.
    Commenets welcomed

  • #2
    That is very nice Rick. I'm also working on a pattern by Scrollzilla. He makes some really nice stuff with a lot of detail. I hope to finish soon because it's a birthday present, and the day is fast approaching.
    DeWalt DW788 & Dremel 1680


    • #3
      very nice Rick, I love Native American stuff
      Daryl S. Walters Psycotic scroller with a DeWalt 788


      • #4
        Nice job Rick. If only one piece broke, my hat is off to you. More frets than I am willing to tackle yet.

        Steve - Toledo
        RBI Hawk 220VS FD Blades


        • #5
          Hey Jim wich one you doing if you dont mind me asking.
          I like a lot of his patterens. his and Jediscroller.


          • #6
            Very nice, Rick. That looks pretty delicate around the head area especially..

            Scrolling with a Dewalt 788


            • #7
              Very nice work. I assume that you used spiral blades.
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              • #8
                Beautiful piece. It looks very tranquil.
                Joe Pascucci
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