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    For those of you that have been following this thread I have started this new thread to clean things up a bit and to be focused on the WIP pattern. The challenge pieces will start after the completion of each pattern. The first will be the more simple Barn Owl.
    I always start by cleaning up the picture or combined picture I use to create the pattern. It was easier in this case to find pictures that needed very little cleaning up. If you use a picture make sure it is copyright free.The pictures below are what I will use. The Barn Owl with some clouds for balance and the Grey Owl by itself.
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    Bruce F. Worthington

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  • #2
    Can't wait to get my hands on that barn owl.

    Jan

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    • #3
      Hi Bruce,
      I might just jump in using the two pictures you provided. I'm one who doesn't like to stay in the lines anyway. I kinda make my lines up as I go. The project guides me as I progress through it.
      How does this work? Do we post pictures to this forum when each one is complete?
      This is going to be fun.

      Randy
      Randy Anderson
      Intarsia Artist
      Email: [email protected]
      Website: www.randys-creative-woodworking.com

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      • #4
        That will work Randy. I am planning on using the picture I like the best when I sell these patterns so yours wouldn't work for that since they wouldn't match my pattern but your welcome to do the challenge any way you please.
        Bruce F. Worthington

        www.intarsia.net 2 free e-books on Intarsia
        http://intarsia.hostcentric.com/home/homepage/ patterns
        Chat Room
        http://intarsia.hostcentric.com/home/chatroom.htm
        e-mail [email protected]

        You never stop learning..

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        • #5
          hows it goin bruce i hope were gonna see a step by step wip , and all the best for the coming year to everyone
          Tom

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          • #6
            Work has been taking up all my time guys so I have been delayed here, I will start posting some pictures this week.
            The first is going to be more of a challenge for me than I thought at first because the picture is very small and lacking in detail. Been there before though.
            Bruce
            Bruce F. Worthington

            www.intarsia.net 2 free e-books on Intarsia
            http://intarsia.hostcentric.com/home/homepage/ patterns
            Chat Room
            http://intarsia.hostcentric.com/home/chatroom.htm
            e-mail [email protected]

            You never stop learning..

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            • #7
              Thanks for the update!
              Theresa

              http://WoodNGoods.weebly.com

              http://woodngoods.blogspot.com

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              • #8
                I love that picture, Bruce. I can't wait to do that one. Having said that, obviously work comes first.

                Jan

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                • #9
                  If only that job didn't get in the way.... wow how much sawdust I could make.

                  Patiently pacing!

                  Thanks for the update Bruce.
                  Jerry
                  Life's funny if you laugh at it!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Bruce View Post
                    For those of you that have been following this thread I have started this new thread to clean things up a bit and to be focused on the WIP pattern. The challenge pieces will start after the completion of each pattern. The first will be the more simple Barn Owl.
                    I always start by cleaning up the picture or combined picture I use to create the pattern. It was easier in this case to find pictures that needed very little cleaning up. If you use a picture make sure it is copyright free.The pictures below are what I will use. The Barn Owl with some clouds for balance and the Grey Owl by itself.
                    So am I to understand that these images are free to use to make our own projects??

                    Bubba
                    "Live as though Christ died yesterday, arose this morning, and is coming back tomorrow."

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                    • #11
                      They were images I took from the net that had no copyright I could find. After I make a pattern from them anyone here can use that pattern, just not sell or redistribute it. If you would like to use the image go right ahead.
                      Bruce F. Worthington

                      www.intarsia.net 2 free e-books on Intarsia
                      http://intarsia.hostcentric.com/home/homepage/ patterns
                      Chat Room
                      http://intarsia.hostcentric.com/home/chatroom.htm
                      e-mail [email protected]

                      You never stop learning..

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                      • #12
                        Anxiously awaiting the first pattern. Anyone hear from Bruce how he's doing with this?

                        Jan

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                        • #13
                          Jan, I think he has left the building.......Lance

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                          • #14
                            The last work I got is that he is very busy at work and doing the patterns when he finds time.

                            Jan

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                            • #15
                              Have I missed it or is this still on hold?
                              Eric

                              Liberty Twp (Cincinnati), OH

                              If today were perfect, there would be no need for tomorrow!

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