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    Default Coolest Mayan Calendar

    Guys and gals,

    I want to see if anyone wants to play "coolest xx themed Mayan Calendar pattern".

    Below is a Mayan Calendar blank grey scale depth map image that you can add your favorite patterns to create a unique pattern.

    File > Import > Import Image File > where ever you downloaded the file

    Please keep to PG rating if possible. I am told I blush at things. lol.

    Regards,
    Oscar
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    :smiling:

    Hopefully someone can use the blank Mayan Calendar pattern for something.

    Just threw a bunch of different patterns on mine for fun.

    Happy carving Monday!
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    carved at normal for the heck of it. 8" x8" in poplar.

    Regards,
    O
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    Default Happy emoji calendar

    A happy pattern.
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    Cool calendar, can't seem to get time to run the items that catch my eye. Guess I need to look at my priorities. Lumber yard going out of business gave me a lot of 1x12x8 clear pine(#1) but it just sits in the loft calling to me when I'm up there. Hopefully as the colder weather arrives I'll get back to more shop time.
    Thx, Rick H

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    East Texas heat has really stopped me from doing anything of significant time outside. But it is starting to cool off.

    Its funny that since I took an early retirement I seem to do be doing less of my hobbies than I used to.

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    I like it! Very busy now, but will try to create something during the winter months. Thanks for sharing.

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    Good. Post pics when you get a chance to make one.

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