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Old 05-31-2014, 08:48 PM   #1
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Default Cool wolf project

This project was a combination of 2 patterns. The wolf and tree is Charles Dearing's. The moon is from Mike Shambro's lone wolf. I had done Shambro's wolf before and I liked the layout. But I really liked Charlie's wolf better and it fit well with the addition of the moon so after a few pattern combination layouts I thought what the heck lets give it a try.

Here's what I came up with. Enjoy
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That is one mean looking wolf! You hit this project out of this world.
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Very nice! Now you have a Dear-Sham (Dearing +Shambro) pattern.
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Very nicely done Jacob. Thanks for sharing this with us.


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Very well done. So well done and realistic, in fact, that the wolf creeps me out. It's like he's staring right at me. Great effect!
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Great job and a super looking cutting. The moon in the background helps to set the wolf off nicely. Great work and thanks a bunch for sharing it with us all.
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Very nice.
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Looks great Good detail
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Nice way of combining two patterns. Very nice cutting.
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Those are great patterns and you combined them nicely.
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