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Old 11-19-2009, 08:38 PM   #1
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G'day all,
sharing a few pics of a couple of plaques I just completed.
Had a custom order for one so stack cut 2, not sure how it'll sell but it doesn't take any longer to cut two than one.

Pattern from WTB
Cut out of 9mm pine ply, backed with 3mm ply, one backing stained teak and the other Jarrah. 3 coats of 20% gloss lacquer, cut back with 320g between coats.
Cut with an FD UR #2

I like the Jarrah backed one best, and will let the customer pic hers then take the 2nd to mkt.
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Old 11-19-2009, 08:51 PM   #2
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Looks good mate! But is that a jack-a-lope or a kanga-deer?


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OWWWW!!!!! The wife just hit me!


Sorry John!!! I'm being insensitive (what ever that means!) hehehe......oh-oh, here she comes again...
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Should sell well Nicely done!
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Very nice as always, John!

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Nice cutting John, I like the second one.
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Their both nice but I like the second one too best..............
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nice job john,somthing tells me you will be making more of them,after you take this one too market..
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I agree both are nice but I like the 2nd one best
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Looks great John. I like the second one the best. The first one looks great too.
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