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    just got the mag.from the attic sale had to try one lol think i ll get better as i get back into cutting after being away from it for a time
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  • #2
    Very nice job cutting them! What did you use to finish them?
    Mia

    We are the music makers.
    We are the dreamers of dreams.


    Easy scrollin' with a DW788

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    • #3
      Very interesting and well cut,Nice job.

      Jerry
      Don't worry be scrolling

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      • #4
        The cutting looks fantastic, and the gold coloration on that piece looks really great as well!!! Dale
        Dale w/ yella saws

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        • #5
          Those eagles look extremely nice and a good cutting job that is.
          Diane
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          Owner of a nice 21" Excalibur
          Owner of a Dewalt 788
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          • #6
            What a lovely piece of work. Well done!

            Gill
            There is no opinion, however absurd, which men will not readily embrace as soon as they can be brought to the conviction that it is readily adopted.
            (Schopenhauer, Die Kunst Recht zu Behalten)

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            • #7
              Great work on the eagle.
              I did one of those a few years ago, had it sitting on my work bench and dropped something on it and bye bye, oh well

              Bob
              Delta P-20 & Q-3

              I wondered why the baseball was getting bigger. Then it hit me!

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              • #8
                Looks good Green Frog - nicely cut and put togther - and infinitely better than my attempts at compound cutting ...lol
                Ian

                Scrolling with a Dewalt 788

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                • #9
                  cut from pine and finished with golden oak stain thanks for all the postive input makes a person feel good

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                  • #10
                    That's very good, one step away from carving...although you don't want to be carving pine per say. That is exactly what a bird would look like if you took a carving class, pre-carved. You could make those out of balsa and sell them to carvers..they'd love you to death ! I would like to add that book to my wish list for sure...what's the book called? or is it just a magazine isssue?
                    Jeff Powell

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                    • #11
                      Jeff,

                      I'm curious as to why you state that you wouldn't want to carve pine?

                      Did you know that the French Canadian furniture is well renowned and recognized for 2 particulars:
                      1) It is made of pine (found in abundance here in Quebec)
                      2) from the artisan carving in the furniture done as embelishment

                      Pine is a very nice wood to carve in my neigbourhood, and makes very nice furniture with a rustic look (plus it's cheap to buy)

                      Of course, if you were to go down to specific types of pine, then I'm sure there could be a species or two that do not lend themselves well to carving. It's important to be specific to the variety level.
                      http://marleb.com
                      DW788. -Have fun in the shop or it isn't a hobby anymore.

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                      • #12
                        There's nothing wrong with carving pine marcel...but it's not the easiest wood to carve. If your a beginner and taking a class, pine would be good to avoid. Your totally right about lots of great things carved out of pine. Usually if you take carving lessons, the instructor likes to set you up with a compound cut picture of some sort, kinda like this here eagle. The more you can cut out with a saw, the better and easier it is to teach someone to visualize the carving. Balsa is best because the grains in it tend to cut uniformly. Pine tends to dig in more at the summer growth. I could just as easily have said that a beginner carver wouldn't want to start with oak, or wenge...but walnut is pretty good for starters, and apple carves super easy. My carving skills too, are probably not good enough for pine yet either.
                        Jeff Powell

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                        • #13
                          Jeff,

                          I can't comment on your carving skills as I don't know you that well, although your intarsia tends to say otherwise from your self evaluation ;-)

                          As for the rest: we agree :-)


                          Regards,
                          Marcel
                          http://marleb.com
                          DW788. -Have fun in the shop or it isn't a hobby anymore.

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                          • #14
                            title for book

                            got it from Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts attic sale called Compound scroll saw creations by Diana Thompson hope this is ok if not guess it will be scratched off thanks again for the comments
                            Last edited by Marcel in Longueuil; 03-08-2007, 01:50 PM. Reason: Couldn't resist making it more obvious(it's a Fox Chapel Publication)

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                            • #15
                              Sorry about the edit Jerry, I just couldn't resist giving it a little more "Oooomph" since they are the nice people that grant us the privilege of using this board.

                              So, of course it's Ok to advertise them in a shameless manner (just kidding) LOL

                              As recently stated by BobD, the only thing not tolerated is self publicity for the sake of selling (aka disguised SPAM)

                              Otherwise, anything (decent) goes, even naming the competition. Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts is thankful to their competitors for forcing the staff to maintain a high level of quality in their magazine, thus helping making them the best Scrolling mag available

                              That is my opinion and I hope many share it.

                              Regards,
                              Marcel
                              disclaimer: I don't represent Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts or it's employees or agencies
                              http://marleb.com
                              DW788. -Have fun in the shop or it isn't a hobby anymore.

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