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    Even with all the interruptions in the last few days I got a little more done. It took two tries to get this far. Now I have to carve the frame to look like the kitten is tearing out of a bag or box
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    That is gonna be just awesome Rob....!!!!
    I'm enjoying watching this unfold...
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    • #3
      Morning Rob - keep the photos coming pal. I'm eager to see how this one turns out.

      Hey, did anyone ever tell you you're a sucker for furballs? LOL!
      Jim in Mexico

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      • #4
        Sweeeet........one question, what tool did you use to make the dimples with?
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        • #5
          sorry for the bad pix. The plan is to make a wooden paper bag with the kitty tearing through the side. Haven't got a clue how yet but I'll figure it out. It's taken a couple of tries to get the tear out to look right. I think this one will work. Most of the shaping is being done with a Dremel sanding drum.
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          • #6
            got a little more done but not enough to show . Too many projects and this one has alot of experimenting with it.
            May the wind at you back .....
            Not be from Lunch.

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