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Old 08-19-2010, 06:19 PM   #1
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I did this one once before & gave it away. This time I decided to use this 1/4" ply with the wild grain through it. It almost looks like he's coming out of the bush. The other one is of the same 1/4 " ply & I used the wood grain as the tree on the right & bushes in front of the Deer. Will have to make a frame for the Leopard yet. ---- Perk
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Wow...I really love those. The Leopard is my favorite of the two. Wow.
How long did they take?
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Where did you find ply with a grain like that? What is it. I use a lot of 3Ply Birch from Lowes. I like the grain patterns and it cuts good for the most part.
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Where did you find ply with a grain like that? What is it. I use a lot of 3Ply Birch from Lowes. I like the grain patterns and it cuts good for the most part.
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I ran across something my mistake. I was running some 1/2" BB through a planer to take it down to 3/8" and because of the several ply's it came out really cool. Looked a lot like the wood that Perk used. Give it try sometime.
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Very nice cuttings and awesome use of wood!!!!!!!!!
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look great just love the way that turned out! I looks like spalted birch they may use seconds and otherwise undesireable lumber for the inside plys as long as the wood is stable. You ran into a wonderful piece of wood face. Mike
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Those are very neat cuttings.
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Very nice cuttings ,Perk.
I like the grain of the wood.Good match for both.
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What a wonderful affect.
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Very, very nice, great use of the grain into the pattern..
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