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Nice work.
 

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beautiful work …..... nice rack …....... I bet his bologna would taste good …... LOL ….........GREAT JOB
 

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Insane amount of work, Wow such patience wish I could do that with out throwing it through the window. LOL

Great job!!!!!
 

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Awesome work
 

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Thank you for the nice comments. Ken, I certainly don't do it in one sitting. I did this over about 2 months time. Always have several projects going, not all scroll saw and I move around.

This one is going to a friend, hopefully he will put it in the hunting cabin he just purchased. I intend it as a cabin warming gift. I can't hunt out of his cabin, because it is in another state, not far from me, but I hope to be able to visit him there once and a while.
 

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beautiful work! really like the live edge detail.
 

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Fantastic. I wish I could handle such intricate detail.
 

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thank you all for the nice comments.
 

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Nice job Paul. Your work is great as always. Have started to cut thicker wood myself, to many copies when stack cutting, and it cuts down on building frames. Mike
 

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VERY NICE.
Great job mate.

Bob
 

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Amaizing and realistic. So many cuts! It's incredible how you managed to keep all in one piece.
 

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That is Art.
 

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Very well….............
 

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That is a crazy amount of work and looks great.
 

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Paul, I somehow missed this beaut piece of scrollsaw art - top job sir
 
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