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    Default Several New Projects finished.

    1) Loons - using VictorClip3D patterns, 2) Lighthouse on walnut.... really think it's to dark too be a good carving, using mostly VictorClip3D patterns 3) Key Holder with Grapes...just needs the hooks, 4) Phone Cradle - Whale... is an experiment for a phone cradle for kids. I'm thinking of putting a bead in the eye hole, but it does look ok this way. I have another phone cradle designed that's an elephant but that one will have to wait until I get back from a 3 week trip to New Zealand. 4) Cribbage Board... is a very simple one but I sure like the wood.

    It's nice to be back in the shop these last few days as I have lots of ideas for things I'd like to carve. Though a three weeks vacation isn't going to hurt either.

    p.s. Don't pay any attention to the Mar Jongg lid cover. It got posted by mistake. That carving was done a couple of years ago.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Loons-WEB.jpg   Tammi's Box Top-WEB.jpg   Lighthouse-Walnut WEB.jpg   Key Holder-Grapes WEB.jpg  

    Phone Craddle-Whale WEB.jpg   Cribbage Board-Clover WEB.jpg  
    Last edited by SharonB; 10-28-2016 at 06:35 PM.

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    Nice I like the bark models a lot. Have a couple burls that I am looking to carve. these give me a few ideas.

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    Great carves as always Sharon, the mallard ducks came out especially nice.

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    Sharon, mad painting skills as always. Great projects.

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    Beautiful work, Sharon! Have a great vacation in New Zealand!

    (I'm leaving for Israel next Saturday for my own 3 week vacation!)
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    Sharon,

    Some more great designs and creations! I really like how you fit everything in the duck scene to the slab shape and your painting !

    As for the walnut IMO , I think the lighter part of the wood is what changes the look of the carving. I see lots of nice detail in the darker area, It seems it does have some lighter areas with in the dark or was that how you finished it?
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    The carvings are great but as usual the painting skills are amazing.

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    I think all of them are amazing! Fantastic job as usuall!

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    great work Gary
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    Thanks for the nice reviews. I have a second piece of wood, like the cribbage board shown, that I'll be putting into a sled this afternoon. That way it will be ready to carve once I come off vacation.

    I will be looking forward to seeing what the rest of you have done when I return. Happy carving everyone.

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