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    a few of my latest projects i used 1 inch pine with a plywood backer patterns were from creative woodworks and crafts , i just subscribed to scroller anxiously awaiting my first issue
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    Very good looking projects. You made the pine look great.

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    Terry
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    • #3
      That horse is just really very pretty.
      The fish is okay, but the horse is just really extra nice.

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      • #4
        tony, nice job on both. Did you have a reason for cutting them from 1" wood? I use mostly 1/8" or 1/4".
        Mick, - Delta P-20

        A smile is a small curve that straightens everything out.

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        • #5
          To make them maybe more inertresting you can chage the color of the background. Lance

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          • #6
            i use the 1 inch pine a lot as i am wood poor for now ive done several using lots of scrap pieces i have around , my friend who i gave the first one too liked it thick like that, said just like real fishing you have to do anything to make your fish look bigger, , one problem ive been having with using ply woods is chipping out usually on a middle ply of the wood , another reason is i only have one hand and the thicker pieces are easier to control for me

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            • #7
              Those really look great ! I really like the look of your pine. You did a nice job finishing them & they look real good. Thanks for showing us.
              PERK

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