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Old 11-18-2009, 08:21 PM   #1
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Cool My Latest Caricature Clock

I can't tell if this guy is a wizard, a king or what. I made him for my son. No comments necessary.
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Old 11-18-2009, 08:50 PM   #2
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These are really kewl..Are you the artist RicK?
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your painting is the best part of the clocks sure glad i got one. keep up the great work

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Nice work Rick. What thickness is your stock and are you recessing the clock movements?
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Hey Rick,
Looks cool
Thanks for sharing it
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OK Rick, no comments. Yeah sure! Very nice job, and nice painting also it is going to be loved. saw dust
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Really, really nice painting, Rick!

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Super nice! Your son will live it.
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These are really kewl..Are you the artist RicK?
Mike the ideas come from a book called "Carving Comic Clocks". The publisher is not Fox Chapel, so they will remain anonymous. Thanks for the nice comment! I think I have one more of these clocks up my sleeve. Think Santa Claus.
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Nice work Rick. What thickness is your stock and are you recessing the clock movements?
Merle the wood is 3/4" thick and the movement barely fit this clock. The back of this one is not recessed. The clock I made for Jerry (normded) used a shorter stem and was recessed with a Forstner bit. I was thinking I should get a bushing for my router. Then I would be able to make a template and recess the square hole properly. Thanks for the comment!
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