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Old 12-16-2009, 02:01 PM   #1
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I just finished a project & thought I'd post it for all to look at. It is 16"x 20" & cut from 1/4 in. Oak ply. Just used Tongue oil for a finish & wrapped it with braided leather for a frame. You Deer hunters have probably been in this situation before, HA ! Don't have a regular pattern, just a pencil drawing, sorry. I do most of my pic's that way. Have a good day.
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Nice job it looks great. great drawing, cutting and display. Mike
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That's really cool! I like the braided leather a lot. Is the tail painted white or is that something else?

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Love it. And the braided leather was an awesome idea. I may have to steal that at some time in the future.
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Very nice cutting Perk.
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I love it. I have made frames and put a groove around with a cove bit and used plaited raffie in the groove. Have also put grass rope into the geoove, but I really like the leather look.
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Looks great! And unfortunately yes I have seen this out in the woods. Season ended here and low and behold who shows up in my back yard the other day....3 deer, one looked like yours...kind of laughing at me! I'm curious as well what you used for the tail?
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Hi all, and thanks for the nice comments. The backer board is 1/8" masonite, painted black with just white paper over the tail & red on the tongue & arrow fletching. You may not see the red as it is small. I had fun doing this one. Thanks again everyone. -- Perk
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I really like this one! Unfortunately, I've seen it more times than I'd care to share, lol. I love the leather braiding, too, and may also have to remember that idea!

Another thing that I was thinking would have been cute, would be to cut a maybe 3/4" long piece of bamboo skewer or similar and make a tiny arrow that would actually stick out of the stump in the picture. Just a thought.

Too bad there isn't a pattern! I'd love to do this one! It makes me laugh every time I look at it!
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Well, since a number of you would like a pattern, I will post a Drawing pattern, since I don't use the software pattern maker. I hope this comes out OK, as the outline is not very dark. Good Luck. -- Perk
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