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Old 12-04-2007, 07:08 PM   #1
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Hello everyone. Thought I would attempt to post a photo of my work.
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looks great.
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Old 12-04-2007, 07:11 PM   #3
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Forgot to add a few words. First off, the pattern,if I remember correctly is by Andy Deane. It's cut in 3/4' walnut. I gave it to a good friend who was in the Marines.
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Not a good photo but I can still tell it's a great cutting job. Nicely done.
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Thanks Mike. I have a better photo, but it's on the harddrive on my "Dead" laptop.
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I gotta agree, the pic doesn't do it any justice, I've seen it in person..........it is an excellent piece of work!
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Love it!! I can see right through the picture problems. 'Ya dun that pattern proud Will. It's one of my all time favorite patterns, being Marine and all it has a lot pf personal sentiment. Thanks for the pic and promotion.

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That is an outstanding "Devil" Dog
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I like the cutting in the dark wood, it provides a much more subtle background. a really nice piece, you have done Andy proud in the interpretation of his pattern. Well done

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