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    Here is the finished Moose. Please give honest opinion about my 4th intarsia project. Getting better???? Thanks all!!!
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    trelli, looks great. You did a nice job. I only have one segmentation piece, and it isn't finished. I have to glue it yet. It's been a couple years laying around & I finally decided to get it finished. I have it layed out for this picture. I really like doing wildlife & yours is really nice. Keep up the good work.
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    • #3
      Trelli that's one fine looking moose you did there. Sharp cutting and excellent choice of woods.
      Perk, don't know why you took so long to show us, that's just great. Don't forget to post a picture of the finished article.
      Mick
      I am always ready to learn although I do not always like being taught. Winston Churchill

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      • #4
        thanks goofy and journeyman....I need all the encouragement I can get!!!!

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        • #5
          awesome

          Trelli ,Sharp, Clean ,no distractions ,very effective presentation ,sometimes they are so busy and loose the dramatic effect that Yours has,striking ,The Eye
          detail needs ,something ,otherwise its perfect ,In my opinion ,that and $ 1.25
          will get me a cup of coffee with a free refill, but I like it as is ,but the eye is the only thing I would modify.

          My very best !
          Carl
          "Home Of The Dust Free Scroll Saw"
          Remember (IT is WHAT it IS)( Unless YOU change IT!)

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          • #6
            thankyou for the honest critique Carl. I think what you are seeing with the eye is the way I took the photo. I don't have a photo setup yet. In the picture there looks like an extra pupil but it's from the flash. I have an old digital and incorrect lighting for correct photos. Thanks again.

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