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This little clock, 12×16" was lots of fun. I run across the picture and saved it for later use from some time ago?
Still using maple wood with a little colors on the carving only.
I'm still experimenting with the carving for I can't remember what I do on one side when I get to the other side to make them match up with each other!
Still using rattle can semi gloss lacquer.
With the Dremel for the small curves I also used a 9" oscillating drum sander and a 1×42" belt, disk sander.

Any questions I'll try to answer!

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The third picture is with out any artificial light.

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That's a beautiful clock
 

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Very nice project, I really like your use of color after the carving.
 

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Amazing work of art. Rattle can is just fine! Your carving is outstanding, wish I would have learned to carve! Just beautiful work.
 

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Great job, how long did the project take?
 

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I started buying the supplies to learn to carve in 2016. Always been a wood worker but age was making me slow down so then I decided to only carve for this is mostly sitting holding the Dremel's in my hand.
This is all done with power tools and it took less than 7 days from when I started cutting it out with the scroll saw.
A grizzly 9" oscillating spindle sander and 1×42" belt, disk sander and a 1/4" air angle grinder from Harbor Freight did all the ruffing in and the Dremel 3000 with a flexible shaft. Plus an angle Dremel sander, number of it I can't remember but will get that number if anyone is interested.
 

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Very unique looking clock… Well done!
 
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