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Old 08-02-2010, 11:51 PM   #1
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Default New Shoes Let the shaping begin

I just finished cutting New Shoes. I may recut a few pieces, but all and all it looks pretty good. Now the real work begins. The shaping is a real challenge on this project since there are so many different levels. I still need to cut a few small splashes.

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WOW!!! You made fast work on the cutting, and it looks GREAT! Can't wait to see how the shaping goes. What is the finished size, it was hard to tell by the photo? How many different woods did you use? I know, I am always full of questions - lol!
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The finished size is 24 x 37. I used a lot of Quilted Maple, Western Red Cedar, Walnut and Bass wood.

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It looks great so far . Looking forward to more !
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Thanks for taking these pictures - it looks great!
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Super work Tim!
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