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    Oscar, I really like your eagle. Look forward to seeing what you do with the fleur de lis.

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    Sharon, thanks. Here is the first draft of the pattern. I still have to tweak the height on a few bits and smooth out the mesh in a few areas but pretty much done. I'm still looking to see if adding little bits and pieces add anything to the pattern.
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    Oh! Oscar, you out did yourself on that one. That is going to be one beautiful carving.

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    Sharon, finally got my CW up and running. In the move I somehow ripped my dust collector bag but a new one arrived yesterday so I was finally able to do some carving.

    The pattern carved pretty good but I would recommend a larger and deeper carve to show the detail if anyone ever does get it.

    The architectural eagle came out pretty much the way I thought it would.

    The eagle head was on the money on what I was going for. I went back and forth on whether to throw it into the depot since there are several good ones in there already but what the heck. I guess there will be options if anyone ever is looking for one.
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    Oscar,

    All 3 carves came out really nice. good job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oscarl48 View Post
    I am still unpacking and my shop is still not set up but I can't stay away from 3d modeling for too long. Its not an addiction!

    After I get my CW set up (hopefully within two weekends) I'll test carve to ensure no issue with the pattern but at least from the computer screen I am super pleased with it. You should hopefully be seeing it in the pattern depot in a few weeks. You can add other piece parts for additional cool patterns.

    Already have my next model picked. A fancy fleur de lis. I'll have to see how that carves because it will be fancy and intricate.

    Happy 4th of July to all.

    -Oscar
    I like the eagle in the round, will you be making this pattern available in the store?
    John

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    Mike, Thanks.

    John, They were all submitted. May take a few days for them to go live.

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    Still practicing my sculpting but I think the pattern came out decent. I'll test carve tomorrow to make sure nothing wrong with it but some ideas for the artistically gifted out there with paint.

    If I can ever figure out how to install the bas relief code into blender I may try to rig and pose the model for some action shots.

    Hint..hint...for the blender users. Once you have a 3d model you can articulate it to get different poses and angles for different patterns.
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    Oscar,
    Stellar craftsmanship on the patterns.
    Happy Carving

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    WOW Oscar I'm impressed. Your modeling is getting better and better!

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