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    Once again, very nice Oscar. Glad to see someone lurking around here. Seems most have gone the Facebook way. I am not a fan of what all goes with Facebook, so I hang around here. Hate seeing this forum dissolving.

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    Ditto

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    Hey guys. Same here. Not a fan of Facebook.

    Going back to school at my age has been a ton of fun but it probably takes me longer to pick up all the new stuff so most of my time has been dedicated to homework. Four more months and I'll be done with this program so will probably go back hard at making patterns for the depot and hopefully fun stuff for the forum.

    Still trying to figure out what is next after school.

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    Yes the Facebook group has grown in popularity and use for asking questions and showing off ones work. Don't let the platform keep you away. You no not need to get caught up in all of the other crap that goes on there as you can block it out and just be involved in the Carveaholics group.

    I/we do still refer people back to here for lots of help topics and better information.
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    Default Pocket full of gold...Spanish dabloons

    A fast, fun pattern I made a week or two ago. Didn't know what I was going to do with it so deciding to share.

    Hope someone finds it useful.
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    Great job again Oscar, also glad to see someone else stopping in here.

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    Mugs! Thanks. I lurk at least every few days but its been a ghost town. I've been super busy and haven't done much woodworking which doesn't help.

    Hope everyone is doing well out there.

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    Default Tessellated cubes

    Parametric designs are fun and super fast (once you know your software and the techniques to make them, which there are several) for cool aesthetic abstracts. Nothing too crazy but once carved they can be sliced and hung on a wall for a really cool look.
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