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    Cedar with no finish, thickness 20 mm blade Pegas reverse # 9
    Escher's tessellation technique.
    For the first test, I purposely leave some slack in the joints.
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    Excuse my English, I go through a translator

  • #2
    This is very cool. Very nice cuts.

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    • #3
      I love geometric repetition! You see it in nature i.e. flowers, beehives, spiderwebs ect. And in the creations by men. Pretty clean cuts!


      • #4
        I hear a lot or repetition too from my sweet wife until I comply.
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        • #5
          Nice! Too bad the design could not be altered so that the completed piece
          also had the shape of the turtle.
          Thanks for sharing and God Bless! Spirithorse


          • #6
            Nice idea. I can't wait to see the final product. Spirithorse, I like your idea. That would really make it a super cool puzzle.

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            • #7
              Link for Escher:

              Diaporama Escher
              Excuse my English, I go through a translator


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                • #9
                  very Nice!
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