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Old 08-05-2010, 01:00 AM   #1
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Default New Shoes The shaping is done

The shaping is done. Now I need to do the final sanding and glue the pieces to the backer board and final sand. Than come the finish.

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You sure work fast, Tim. That looks great!

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It's coming along smashingly!
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Go Go Go Tim you're nearing the finish line on this one!!!
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Outstanding Job Tim, it really looks sharp.
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Coming along great! I like how you added extra shaping to the water splashes.
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Wow...I thought I stayed on a project for extended hours...you have come a long way fast! The shaping looks great, can't wait to see the finish so all the colors come out! Keep up the great work!
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Very, very nice. I like your work.
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