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Old 12-10-2013, 09:43 AM   #1
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Default A thank you to Evilbadger (Tim)

A few months ago I needed a rifle pattern for one of my wife's coworkers. Tim, (Evilbadger) graciously provided one. After they were cut out and stained my wife took them to work. Almost immediately after 8 AM I got an email from her. The young lady's name was spelled wrong. I transposed the "e" and the "n". So I spent most of last weekend re-cutting and re-staining. She took it to work yesterday and I never got an email, nor did she say anything last night so I hope she's happy with them. I thought they looked ok.

So my thanks to Tim.

The others are things I've done over the last few months. The layered scenes are from Steve Good and the Birds of Prey are from the vault. All of the wood is just scraps that I pick up around town to try and use. Let me know what you think.

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Old 12-10-2013, 10:06 AM   #2
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You have been a busy man! Nice work, I really like the layered pieces.
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I should probably amend my statement. The wolf and deer layered scenes are from Steve Good. The other layered scene is from patterns that I got at an auction a few years ago.

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Old 12-10-2013, 10:27 AM   #4
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Nicely done. Tim is a good friend to have. He has helped me immensely the past few weeks.
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Very nice work. You have been busy.
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I'm just glad I could help you out. You sure have been busy, I think you made more dust on those projects than I have made all year. They all look great, but I agree the layered pieces really stand out.

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