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  • #16
    Jt It is a tough balance for the magazine. I did a presentation at one of the open houses titled "advanced scrolling" , my first statement to the group was that there is no such thing. There are different levels of difficulty but, as you say, the basics never change. So once you master the basics the rest is up to our own mostly self imposed limits.
    I have yet to make a segmented bowl, we do have a few masters in our club. DSC_0772 cropped (523 x 600).jpg The guy who did the large vessel was a math teacher, I believe it was best in show that year.DSCN2143 cropped (436 x 600).jpgDSC_0776 cropped (600 x 521).jpg
    Last edited by Rolf; 01-21-2018, 09:35 AM.
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    • #17
      WOW! What patience and clear thinking.
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      • #18
        Roft,
        that is beautiful, and was that done with a scroll saw, RJ
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        • #19
          Rolf I understand and the magazines are for some but not me and I am looking to sell all my back issues too. Someday I have to get those all together. So many more patterns on the web sites and you can narrow your interest down more easily. With a magazine you are just hoping to find a project. That is why many people probably just go to wherever they sell them in stores and rummage through them instead of getting subscriptions any more. I use to get about 15 different woodworking magazines but I am dropping them all. Too many tool studys and they are all the same. Depending on who supports the magazine is the way the tool studies lean. Just like you said Bob can not piss anyone off with scrollsaw tests it is because they support the magazine. I do not have enough years left in me to do all the projects I want to do now. Very nice eye candy. Painting with wood. Love it.
          Last edited by jttheclockman; 01-21-2018, 11:00 PM.
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