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Old 04-27-2014, 04:45 PM   #1
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Default Elderly John Wayne finaly finished...

Life got in the way for a while, but finally finished it:
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Old 04-27-2014, 07:51 PM   #2
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Great Piece !
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Excellent work! Thanks for sharing..
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WoW! Your drawings and cuttings are fantastic!

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Excellent pattern and cutting. The duke did age well.
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What a beautiful piece, Charlie. Your patterns are spectacular.
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Great, Charlie. Is that one of the ' Shootist ' It looks like him. I'm not sure if you plan to keep a wood grain background, but, I think it really looks rich. I like it.
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That is one super cutting and pattern. You sure didn't leave much wood at the top, some of the cuts there you had to be holding your breath. Great work.
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Charlie-
That is a fantastic portrait, as is all of your work. A question I have for you, and anyone else who would like to offer a comment- what do you do with your finished work? Do you sell it? And where do you get your best results from? I love doing the portrait style pieces and I've cut many, lots of your patterns and those by others. They look great and I'm very proud of them. But when I do shows what sells most are the shelf sitter items - clocks, word art, and similar things. The price points are of course lower. I price the portrait style things pretty low and still they seem to not sell. Lots of positive comments, but no sales. Is anyone selling them? Thanks for any comments.

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fantastic work as always charles,
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