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Old 05-29-2012, 11:15 PM   #1
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My first attempt at a 3d piece. A feathered friend from The ig Book of Scroll Saw Woodworking. Red oak.
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Old 05-30-2012, 12:33 AM   #2
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Cock a doodle dooooooooo Nicely done.
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Nicely done. Compound cutting can be a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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Sweeeeeet. Compound cutting is my favorite style of project, for your first I would say you did very well. I've cut that pattern too, don't ya just love the way his feet look.........Thanks for posting your project photo.
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I made a mistake and cut the short side first and the cutting the long slide one of his feet slide out a bit so it is bigger than the other. =) Ah well... mywife said it was realistic because no one's feet are the same size. Bless her.

Thanks for the comments. I really had a hard time believing what I was cutting was going to come out an look like an actual object... had a hard time wrapping my mind around it.

I can see a chess board with some 3d pieces in my future.
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Looks like some nice cutting be it first of 21st....
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looks really good for first time compound cutting is one of my favorets keep up the good scrolling
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I really had a hard time believing what I was cutting was going to come out an look like an actual object... had a hard time wrapping my mind around it.
I had to laugh at your reply, because I thought the same thing when I started cutting compounds, but it sure is fun to "un-wrap" the little gift inside the cuttings.
One of our members here named Pop submitted a design of his for us to cut, it is in the vault here........it's a lock on one side and key on the other......so cool, just thought you may want to try that one. Obscure, abstract, does not fit anywhere else.
Have fun.
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Good work. My wife loves chickens and has many different kinds in the kitchen.
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nice job, i like it….can’t wait to see your chess set…..tried playing the game, could not figure it out fully, so, call me a dummy…..but, i do love seeing the many dif designs of any chess set….i have seens some nice sets thru my life
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