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Old 11-24-2013, 07:58 PM   #1
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Hi all. I haven't been here in a few years and was surprised I could still figure out my password. I've been getting a bit bored lately and got to thinking, I might actually remember how to scroll. It's been fun checking out all the new work on this forum. Quite impressive. It's also nice to see I still recognize a few names. I did attempt to scroll a forest leaf design yesterday but the wood I used, sent to me by a member years ago, had got too old and brittle. I have no recollection of what kind it is. But, when I finished the project I ended up with 4 pieces.

Anyway, I just need some wood and I may start making sawdust again. I just need to figure out what kind of wood I need. I used to use plywoods, but that was for portrait work. My memory escapes on the rest.
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Wondered where you disappeared to. Welcome home.
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Welcome back to the forum from TN.
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