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My….when I opened the page from the LJ's notification I got a bit of a fright….
That loin looks as if I'm on his menu…..
WELL DONE, Paul… magnificent detailing and oh so life like…
 

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Thank you Mr. Crowie. Your support means a lot to me.
 

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NICE WORK!

Maple is a saw tester too!
 

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Beautifully done! You certainly captured his expression very well.
 

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My goodness gracious. Just the thought of cutting out those whiskers makes me twitchy. I could never attempt this. Very well done.
 

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My goodness gracious. Just the thought of cutting out those whiskers makes me twitchy. I could never attempt this. Very well done.

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HA! A shot of Seagram's VO before you start fixes the "twitchy" business….

Thanks to you all for your nice comments..
 

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Nice job Paul, a little Windsor is what helps my twitch problems. Do you make your own scroll wood or buy them ? Which do you prefer ply or solid wood? Mike
 

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Nice job Paul, a little Windsor is what helps my twitch problems. Do you make your own scroll wood or buy them ? Which do you prefer ply or solid wood? Mike

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Mike I buy my Cherry and Maple off E-bay in 12"- 13" X 4" pieces. Then I glue to the width I need. There are a couple sellers I have been real happy with (if interested send me a message and I will tell you the ones I have dealt with). I like both Baltic Birch and solid wood. It is more what mood I am in than anything else. Lately is has been a solid wood mood…..:)

Thank you all for the nice comments.
 

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Wow. That is awesome. Just when I begin to think that I am developing patience, I see something like this and realize I am not patient at all. Thank you for sharing.
 

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Awesome so intricate. The hardest part for me is staying focused.
 

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Paul Love your work Top Rate ! Great skill and Vision. It shows how much passion you have for your craft and the finish is supream well done.
 
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