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    Ok, so like I said in my Bio post, I'm new and this isn't nearly as intricate as everyone else's work But it's mine and I'm proud of it.

    The first one is actually very meaningful as my Grandmother recently passed away this will be buried with her.

    The upper dome is going to have a quote burned into it and signed by me and my son.

    The wolf, I was just having fun and it looked neat

  • #2
    First I'm sorry for your loss. Both of the cutting looks great, the first one is a very well done please show us the how it looks after you get the quote burned into it. The wolf is also very nice I wish my first project look as good as your do. Thanks for sharing.
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    • #3
      sorry for your loss beautiful work though.Jerry
      Don't worry be scrolling


      • #4
        Sorry for your loss. Both projects look very good with smooth curves and straight lines. Thanks for sharing and welcome to our family.

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