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Old 12-08-2007, 05:14 PM   #1
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Default Puzzle Cutting Video

In response to an overwhelming number of requests (actually 3), I entered a new world and made a 3-minute video with my digital camera and put in on YouTube. It's just my fingers cutting a few pieces and explaining a little.

I should tell you that I had to scrap a couple of the videos because I couldn't put the pieces together fast enough when I had finished cutting them.

So, with sincere apologies for the amateurish nature of this, here it is:


Enjoy.....and have phun.....Carter
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wow carter this is just amazing, wonderful video and narration and it's great to see a pro at work, so dont stop there, more, more,more..

thank you so much..
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Nicely done Carter. You make it seem so easy. I can't wait for the full length feature.

Thanks for the demo.

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Very nice Carter . You included a lot of information in a short time.
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That's cool Carter. Now it makes a lot more sense to me. Hopefully it continues to make cents for you.

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Thank you Carter. Your video has inspired me to try a puzzle. I echo what Bob wrote, keep 'em coming, the vidoes that is!!!
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AMAZING! Thanks for the demo and very informative narration. Excellent video!
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Hi Carter,
No wonder they call you the Guru puzzle maker. Just amazing, how fast you do that.
Mery Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your wife.
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I watched and was amazed. You make it look so easy. I know who I will ask questions of when I attempt one myself.

Oh by the way. Another puzzle maker video popped up after yours, it was news footage from ABC of a "pro" puzzle maker, and so you know you moved as easily if not more so then he did. They said he was one of only 3 full time puzzle makers, are you one of those three?

Here is there video of him if you wanted to see it. He is not giving tips, just being interviewed while he cuts.
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Thank you so much Carter.....you make it look so easy, and you definitely have a movie voice. Looking forward to a sequel.
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