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Old 04-28-2014, 04:17 PM   #1
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Hey everyone,

A while since I have been on. Life has been busy. I have finished 2 works with another almost done.

First up is Charles Dearing pattern of ducks landing. Cut out of 1/8 in baltic birch ply stacked 4x. Framed with a self made walnut frame. Total work time on this is around 9 hours.

Next is Mike William's Buck pattern. Originally this pattern is like 600 some holes. I modified it a bit by cutting off an inch of grass from the bottom of the pattern and that saved me around 150ish holes. Also modified the eye just a bit. Cut out of 1/8 baltic birch ply stacked 4x. Framed with a self made maple frame. Total work time on this one is around 14 hours.

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Both came out great Jacob. The frames are a fantastic compliment to your work. Both Mike and Charles are outstanding pattern designers. Thanks for sharing the pictures.
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Those are two very very nice pieces.
The frames finish out the pieces simply and elegantly.

Great job!

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Very god job. I believe Mike is one heck of a designer as well.
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Very nice work on both the cutting and frames! Both patterns are fantastic.
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Those are keepers ! Really nice. Rain Man
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Forgot-Hats off to Charles and Mike. Great patterns !!! Rain Man
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Very good on both of them--really like the frames too!
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Love those kinds of projects - great job.


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Beautiful projects and excellent cutting.
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