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Jediscroller Jediscroller is offline

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  1. ashbabar60@yahoo.ca
    11-06-2012 10:09 AM - permalink
    ashbabar60@yahoo.ca
    Helo Kaven I am from Pakistan my name Ashraf Ali Babar i am new member for this site but liked your tips very much they very much helpful to beginners, hope you post more new patterns
  2. heppnerguy
    08-01-2011 01:14 PM - permalink
    heppnerguy
    I am fairly new to scrolling and I thought it might be fun to try and add some color to a pattern...so I looked for one that I thought could be fun to do and I found your 'Tulsa Rose". I have posted the results..It was a delight to explore.. I hope you like the results...with a little more practice, who knows what might become of this effort....
  3. Jediscroller
    05-17-2011 06:05 AM - permalink
    Jediscroller
    Hi Roger,
    I'm not positive, but I think in MS Word you can do it using the Word Art option. Once you have the word(s) you want you can stretch and manipulate the shape of the letters.

    Kevin
  4. Ramjet
    05-17-2011 12:53 AM - permalink
    Ramjet
    Hi Kevin. Do you happen you know how you can get the fish eye look when putting the name in a circle as in Steve Good's Name Ornaments . I followed the video , get the name in the circle with the letters vertical but can't figure out how to to get the fish eye form .

    I have Office 2003 and wonder if it is capable of performing the task ?

    any suggestions ?
    Roger
  5. shescrafty52
    08-22-2010 06:17 PM - permalink
    shescrafty52
    I am looking for the Marine Insigma - would you have something like this? Thank you
  6. scrollpup
    06-18-2010 08:23 PM - permalink
    scrollpup
    The same for me Kevin! Glad it wasn't a week long event, or we may have had our photos taken by the local PD LOL. Honestly, it was awesome meeting you and taking your class.It was just what I needed to solve a problem I was having on corners. I'm looking foreward to cutting the peacock real soon also.

    BTW, after e-mailing Jim Nye a safe trip home, he e-mailed back, and said the transfer case blew out on their truck! Hope it doesn't discourage them for next year! May the force be with you!
  7. ChuckD
    01-28-2010 12:15 AM - permalink
    ChuckD
    Hi Kevin, Is there any notification of new patterns going into the vault? Or do we have to explore the vault whenever? Thanks, you are doing a great job..
    Chuck D
  8. wood-n-things
    08-30-2009 06:59 PM - permalink
    wood-n-things
    I finally found out what visitor messages are. It had to be on your page...Hehehe
  9. Jediscroller
    08-27-2009 09:08 PM - permalink
    Jediscroller
    Geees....nuttin' like embarassing me Rex! Your stuff is just awesome as well.
  10. proudrex
    08-27-2009 06:42 PM - permalink
    proudrex
    I'm happy and honored to be a friend of such a talented and artistic scroller. Thanks for adding me.
    Rex

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Posted 11-25-2009 at 11:48 AM by Jediscroller Comments 2
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Every year around this time I find I start suffering from burn-out. Going full bore in the workshop for 10 months will do that to a person. I've learned to expect and deal with it. I step away from the saw and focus on more traditional woodworking. I'll spend some time hiking with my family and just kind of sit around and play my guitar or some such diversion. It usually takes me a month or two to get over it and be rejuvenated to get at it again. So, I've been somewhat sparse around these...

Posted 10-16-2009 at 08:44 AM by Jediscroller Comments 4
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Well, here it is, 1 day before a show and once again I'm scrambling. I've got hangtags to print, 6 portraits awaiting framing and tons of other "little things" to take care of. I wonder, does everyone go through this for every fair? You would think that after 7 years or so I'd have a peaceful day the day before a fair. Oh well, at least I won't be bored, hehehehe.

Posted 10-15-2009 at 07:48 AM by Jediscroller Comments 0
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OK, I received a call about doing a seminar on "shadow art." Isn't this what folks do with their hands in front of a light and make shadows on a wall?

OK, I'm being a little facetious here but really, "Shadow Art?" Why not fretwork art or fretwork portraits? I believe Shadow Art in the Arts and Crafts community already refers to sihouette paper cuttings that are very popular.
A quick search of the term turned up nothing to do with portrait style cuttings...

Posted 10-07-2009 at 06:22 AM by Jediscroller Comments 4
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After perusing the latest catalogues, I just have to ask. Why do some folks feel it necessary to rip off other folks' patterns? Is it for the money? Do you really need the money that bad? Is it for the notoriety? I counted at least 6 of mine that had been pilfered, one even from the pages of my favorite magazine. How do I know they were my patterns? Easy, I took the original photos, duh! That's what makes me laugh about it, a certain designer seems to really like my patterns, they take them,...

Posted 10-05-2009 at 09:26 AM by Jediscroller Comments 1
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Well, here I sit on a Monday morning at 9:00 AM still in my jammies. I've already laid out my plans and patterns for cutting today (more ornaments, oh boy) and will likely head down into the shop around 10:00 or so.
Unfortunately, my show this past weekend was postponed until next week which is sort of ok as I didn't have one scheduled anyhow. The downside though is that I have no real income from the woodworking other than the minimal amount that came in from pattern sales last week. ...
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