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JimSawyer JimSawyer is offline

Laying into Inlay

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  1. handibunny
    06-27-2013 02:48 PM - permalink
    handibunny
    Jim, are you OK? I just realized that I haven't seen any posts from you for quite a while--unless I've just been looking at the wrong threads. Please drop me a line and let me know how you're doing.

    Thanks!

    Carole
  2. JimSawyer
    09-05-2009 01:44 PM - permalink
    JimSawyer
    Bert,
    Most of my projects are from diverse sources. I don't really have any one place to get patterns, but my favorite source is Dover Books. Doverpublications.com They have a HUGE collection of copyright free clip art.
    Happy scrolling,
    Jim
  3. JimSawyer
    09-05-2009 01:40 PM - permalink
    JimSawyer
    Sorry I've taken so long to respond Adele. I don't know of anyone in the UK that would be able to help you. Even in the states, I don't know of anyone who does what I do. I suppose one answer would be to follow the articles in issues #34 and #36 of Scrollsaw Woodworking and crafts. And be the person bringing this technique to the project.
    Good luck with what you find, and post pictures of the event in the forums.
    Peace,
    Jim
  4. Bert Preston
    09-05-2009 09:57 AM - permalink
    Bert Preston
    I like your Christian Plaques could you tell me where you got the patterns, or do you make yours own? Thanks Bert
  5. AdeleMyers
    08-24-2009 10:46 AM - permalink
    AdeleMyers
    Hi , your work is really interesting .

    I have just joined this forum as I am looking for an artist that works with wood inlay simular to the work I have seen here, but based in the uk. I am applying for a parks commission community arts project and this is something I am considering for the end resulting artworks. could you possibly let me know if you are aware of any accomplished artists based in the uk?

    Thanks
    Adele
  6. VB...
    07-31-2009 12:12 AM - permalink
    VB...
    I remember Pong that was the best!!! I spent hrs with my father playing that thing. Then Commodore came out. Not too many games at first. It became a very large paperweight over night. I kept it for years couldn't throw it away. LOL
  7. VB...
    07-30-2009 01:34 PM - permalink
    VB...
    Hey I just checked out your site. Wonderful work!!! I had a commadore 64 hehehe. I studied graphical programmiing on it for a short while when I was a kid.
    VB...

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  • About JimSawyer
    Location
    Lincoln, RI
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    Mostly scrolling, Double-Bevel Inlay, some Carving, Pyrography, and Painting on canvas
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    JimSawyer
    How many years have you been scrolling?
    Scroller since Feb.1991
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    Jim

    The limits of the imagination are imaginary.
    No task is too tedious for Art.
    Rock and Scroll

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