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Old 01-23-2010, 04:13 PM   #1
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Okay Theresa since you posted WIP's of your Horse, and I did kinda challenge you a bit, it pushed me enough to get back into the shop.

This is a commission project for a lady at work to coincide with the work project of the same name she is involved with.

I was doing fairly well until I started cutting the breast piece, then the hand tremors got too much. The piece that is there is the third one I tried to cut. I stopped after that one.

The pattern is from our very own Henriette (Thanks again!)

Blood wood for the most part with walnut near the beak and aromatic cedar for the breast.
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Mike - it's looking good! I love the looks of bloodwood and it's going to look great on the cardinal.
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Oh come on Dragyn, is this wip just for Theresa, or can we watch too?
Birdie looks like he is a winner already. More, more, more photos please.
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WD - I'll let you look too. WHen are you going to post some pictures??
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I've posted many of my project pictures Theresa, you must have just missed them.
Oh well, maybe next time you'll catch a glimpse.
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Nice start on the cardinal Mike.
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The cardinal is looking great - it will be fun to watch WIP pictures.
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Looking forward to the next installment.
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A good start, Dragyn. It is going to be very pretty.
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