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Old 12-13-2013, 11:50 AM   #1
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Default Almost done with this Dragon!

Can't wait to put a pic of this on the website...it's looking pretty sweet! It took a lot of time cutting every little piece...but even longer to paint!

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Old 12-13-2013, 12:19 PM   #2
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Looking forward to seeing completed project. Great job painting.
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Great job! Don't forget to insure it when you mail it to me.......lol
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Hoping to have it done this weekend, then I'll post the finished pic. What's your address again Terry??? haha
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Looks great! You really do great work with colors.

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Hell of a job ........you must be very pleased with yourself, as well as you should. Great work.
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Hey, Woodpix, that looks great. How about telling us something about it. Like what wood you used & how big is it. I like the paint job. You really do nice work. I won't tell my wife about this one, because she would want it, or me to make her one. Look forward to seeing it finished.
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Man, that paint really gives it depth!

How long has it taken you to get this far?
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It's cut out of 1/4" stain grade plywood. The picture is 15" x 22" without the frame. I drew it and my wife cut it...then I painted it! We figure we have about 25 hours into it! Glad that one's done. I'm adding it to the website right now so if you want to take a look it will be on the "whimsical" page of my site. Thanks for all the feedback!
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that is fantastic!
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