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Old 03-11-2009, 02:25 PM   #1
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For you folks that thought I was resting, well I got news for you.

This is a plate I did of our Blanca as a sand inlay. It's for wife's B'day Saturday.

She was our baby and we had to send her to doggie heaven 29 Sep last year. 12 years old. Still miss her---a lot.

Patten by Gayle (Scroller's Cafe) from the attached pic.

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Chase,
That is really beautiful, sorry to hear of your loss though, that is always sad, but I am sure your wife will love it!
Did you turn the plate?
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Hi Chase,

That is a great looking plate. The image is very close to real.
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Didn't turn the plate. I'm not a turner. It's made of bamboo bought at the supermarket in the picnic section. They also have a smaller version of the plates I have used for other projects.

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Chase:
OK now as I'm sure you know I'm a not so experenanced scroller so I have a question for you what do you mean by the term sand inlay?
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Beautiful job Chase and very sorry for the loss of your pet. We had to put our dog of 19 years down a couple of years ago and it about killed us.
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Very nice indeed....sorry of your loss.
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I have experience scrolling but second burdez's question please.
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Go to my tutorial Sand Inlays done back on 08-09-2007. Should explain everything.

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Great job Chase. Very life like and the choice of sand colour really makes it stand out. Sorry about your goggie though. She is running through those wide open fields playing all day now.
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