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    Step-son's Wood Portrait !

    This the second ever Portrait I've ever cut and I'm not as happy as I was with the first one by far . I've been told since I've cut this that no two Patterns or Pictures are alike and that I guess I'm judging myself to hard . Any how Steve Good made me feel better in his reply from the e-mail I sent him about this Portrait , he said that this picture would had been hard for anyone . So I'm just try harder on my next Portrait , any comments welcome .........Marshall
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    You doing this how??? Hand, CNC, i carver????
    Jon

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    Scrollsaw??

    Looks pretty good to me
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    i f i knew shane i would say that you done a fine job, i went back and forth to comapare and you got him down pretty good marshall..considering that this is scroll work..
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    I thing it look fine also. I don't see much you could have done different.

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