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Old 12-13-2007, 11:46 AM   #1
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Dumptser wood. Approx 20 inches high by 17 inches wide. I may or may not color it...haven't decided yet. Another one inspired by the art of Martiena Richter.
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How can you design and cut so beautifully in such a short period of time, it was only the other day i was remarking on a another fantastic cutting of yours, or do you have several projects on the go at any one time..
Anyway, brilliant cutting as usual, and for me, i wouldn't colour it.
BTW, what wood is it please
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Old 12-13-2007, 12:24 PM   #3
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I am disabled (mentally) so I have nothing but time. Same wood as last one. I don't know. Appears to be birch with some smoothe dark material on the back side..."dumpster wood". No, I do them one at a time. Some days I am able to stay at it longer than others.
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I like it! Nice work Charlie.
And thank you for posting the artist's name.

Take care
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Charlie, that is another amazing work of yours.
I had to laugh alittle, you think you have nothing but time now. wait till you marry that little gal your frazzaled with. bet that is what took your memmery.lol. great work as always. your friend Evie
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Nice work, Charlie. Don't see how you can turn out such good work so fast.

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That's very nice. Love the flowers. Is it mounted on something? I'm guessing it is or it looks pretty fragile.
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Beautiful...It is beyond my comprehension to even imagine disconnecting and reconnecting the saw blade that many times.

to each his or her own phun.....Carter
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Fine cutting. Carter, you just need to reload your blade a hundred or two hundred times over the course of a week. Then you will be able to imagine it with ease.

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Another stellar performance! It is really nice.
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