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    I think it looks awesome. I am thinking about carving one similar to yours for a friend of mine that has helped me thru a lot of VA hurdles.

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    Hello Jerry B
    Great job. I love the plaque and might have to try one myself.
    Keep up the good work

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    Jerry... That is one very nice carving. With a paint job like that you are certainly a #1 painter. It's hard to tell but did you use some of the Golden paints on your carving? Who's eagle pattern is that?

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    Jerry ... awesome job brother. I have put that in my "2B Carved" folder ... wish I had more time.

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    Hey Sharon,
    No, this first pic posted I didn't use any of the Golden paints. However, I did in this last pic. Still learning how to use it. Used it little on the red & white stripes, stars and the ribbon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SharonB View Post
    Jerry... That is one very nice carving. With a paint job like that you are certainly a #1 painter. It's hard to tell but did you use some of the Golden paints on your carving? Who's eagle pattern is that?
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    The mpc is on this thread in my first posting. It's a mpc that someone put on the forum here quite some time ago. I just added the text to it and also the key hole cut in the back of the plaque to hang it up somewhere.

    Quote Originally Posted by SharonB View Post
    Jerry... That is one very nice carving. With a paint job like that you are certainly a #1 painter. It's hard to tell but did you use some of the Golden paints on your carving? Who's eagle pattern is that?
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    JerryB, that came out great, thanks for showing us your work.
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    Jerry,

    Job well done, both on the carve and painting!!
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    Nice job Jerry, very nice.

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    Been playing around a little more with some other "pieces/parts" and I'm gonna try and carve this one next. If it turns out OK I'll post the mpc to share out with everyone. Of course if I had the 3d tool I think I could really make that mpc pop! LOL

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