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Thread: An article on my growth with carving

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    Default An article on my growth with carving

    I'm proud to be featured in this month's Vectric Aspire newsletter and YES I did not leave Carvewright out of it. Without their awesome machine I would have never started this journey.
    I hope you enjoy reading.
    http://www.vectric.com/cool-stuff/case-studies/aspire/2014/TomWatson.html?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Vectr ic+Newsletter+-+January+2015&utm_content=Vectric+Newsletter+-+January+2015+CID_d0eeab7b3441fc99a76f2128aee96a4d &utm_source=Campaign%20Monitor%20Jan%2011
    Tom Watson
    Two CW's and D.C.-Top Mount Insert @ Ringneckblues.com Get the dust out!!
    50" X 48" PDJ Pilot Pro CNC http://www.pdjinc.com

    Check out my Facebook page for current carvings at http://www.facebook.com/signsinwood

    Watsons Wooden Words http://www.signsinwood.com & Messages in Wood http://www.messagesinwood.com/

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    Tom,

    Great write up and well deserved recognition of your work!
    RingNeckBlues
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    Very interesting article and gives us more insight into how you turned into the sign maker we have learned to expect beautiful things from. Glad to see your expertise and effort getting recognition. Appreciate all you share, gives me a goal for some of my efforts.
    Thx, Rick H

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    Tom,

    Congrats great article your work is unreal. I only hope I can get my carvings to look half as good.

    Kevin

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    That is a very nice article Tom.
    Ken,
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    When the People fear their Government, there is Tyranny.
    When the Government fears the People, there is Liberty.
    - Thomas Jefferson

    You must be the change you wish to see in the world.
    - Mohandas Gandhi

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    Congrats Tom and YES very well deserved!

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    Thank you so much for the kind comments. It all started with the support of the people on this forum when I purchased my first machine. I called Floyd, Terry Thompson, Eddie, Michael and many others for help and guidance to get me going and understand what I was doing.The people of Carvewright were very supportive when I had issues. After creating our users group in Washington several years ago we learned from each other. The rest as they say is history. Thank you everyone, you are a very caring group of people!
    Tom Watson
    Two CW's and D.C.-Top Mount Insert @ Ringneckblues.com Get the dust out!!
    50" X 48" PDJ Pilot Pro CNC http://www.pdjinc.com

    Check out my Facebook page for current carvings at http://www.facebook.com/signsinwood

    Watsons Wooden Words http://www.signsinwood.com & Messages in Wood http://www.messagesinwood.com/

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    Tom,
    Very well written article. I can relate to listening to the CarveWright, as I too have learned the sounds of the machine and can tell from a distance exactly what the machine is doing based on my design. Beautiful sign work, and very informative article. Thank You!
    dbemus

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    Nice article and nice work. So glad this worked out as a "job" for you.

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    Congratulations Tom. You deserve to be recognized as a success. Watching your work over the years I could see a marked improvement with almost every project and look at you now! Famous!
    You are a happy man and that makes you a lucky man. I hope you enjoy it for many more years.

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