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    I have a jumping horse pattern, but I was looking for one in this form a young lady, the pic quality is poor but any help would be great
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    Quote Originally Posted by myshop1044 View Post
    I have a jumping horse pattern, but I was looking for one in this form a young lady, the pic quality is poor but any help would be great
    I played around with a different pic and created this, 1/4 depth and not sure to use 1/16 or 1/32 bit, looks good so far.
    The size could about 8 x 12
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    It does look good.

    I tried but I am terrible with the 2d efforts and my results were not very good.

    Throwing them in to see if anyone can do anything with them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myshop1044 View Post
    I played around with a different pic and created this, 1/4 depth and not sure to use 1/16 or 1/32 bit, looks good so far.
    The size could about 8 x 12
    You should of went only 180 deep
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    Yes I did try .125 and it looked good, still playing, thanks Ocsar
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    I have often wondered why it is that
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    "The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of
    the fool to the left."

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