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  • Tom Wahl
    replied to needing help
    Hi Chuck,

    I'll see about setting up my laptop with the Wacom and see if my techiques apply to portrait type work as well is they do to the other stuff I do. Drop me another e-mail and we'll work something out.
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  • Tom Wahl
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    A couple of thoughts...

    I actually had an article in progress, but something similar had just been published. I do have a couple of tips that I haven't see yet, although the pictures of setups show them being used!

    Lighting is incredibly important. It's OK to have your...
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  • Tom Wahl
    replied to DeWalt 788 Table Issue's!
    Glad to here that DeWalt is taking good care of you. I would probably have taken it to a machine shop and asked a favor if it had been mine. Mine is older and doesn't have a problem.

    As for waxing the table top, I try to keep mine waxed with a spray type car wax, although I've used Johnson's...
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  • Tom Wahl
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    Mooner, please don't get me wrong. I think it's a great tool for a lot of people. I didn't mean that something had to be difficult to have artistic value, I guess I just have a thing for being a little more hands-on about some things. To be fair though, I also don't understand why anyone in this day...
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  • Tom Wahl
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    Somewhere around here I have the very first issue, and I've got to say that the progression I've seen to date has been a steady improvement. If it helps circulation, it'll only improve the magazine because it will make more resources ($) available. I doubt it will be long before SSW is either bi-monthly...
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  • Tom Wahl
    replied to Question for Sam Keener
    Walnut has a very tight grain, and it's not as dense as many hardwoods are. Pick up a piece of oak and a piece of walnut of similar size, and you'll immediately see what I mean. This makes it easier to cut than say oak or maple.
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  • Tom Wahl
    replied to Greetings from Northern Virginia
    Thanks for the big welcome, I should have shown myself earlier!

    Hope you haven't had to work on it too hard Bob!
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  • Tom Wahl
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    Greetings from Northern Virginia

    I just realized that after probably two years of browsing this forum, I hadn't registered nor posted. I see some names I'm familiar with, so I guess I better weigh in.

    I've been making the fine dust for about 10 years now. When I was in San Antonio I had a small shop and started soing...
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  • Tom Wahl
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    I'm sort of with Gill here, but I see the purpose behind the program that is targeted specifically to doing what we do.

    I use PSP and a Wacom tablet. If working on a pattern, I can create a clear layer over a photo, then basically trace over the important lines using the tablet. I can...
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