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    Any Way You Slice It, This Guy's Good

    This is a pretty cool technique. Check out the audio slideshow in this article:

    http://www.finewoodworking.com/item/...licing-maestro
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    Yup your right Vaughn
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    That is pretty cool. Man, I wish I had talent.
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    Very very cool!
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    Amazing. Not only the sketching but the life and character he manages to insert.
    cheers

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    Awesome, but I wouldn't want to be the one to have to sand it prior to finish
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    Frank,

    You are either a pessimist or a realist.

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    Thanks for pointing that out Vaughn. It was a very interesting article and slide show. I always liked Seth Rolland's Tsubo Coffee Table. Never realized he also did the slice and dice furniture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    That is pretty cool. Man, I wish I had talent.
    How much easier would it be to have talent! I can't tell you how many times I've thought that. But still, one of my mottos is never let a lack of talent stop you from trying something you think you might like. Who knows, you might actually be good at it!
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    Can't fool me--he did it with mirrors!
    That is one awesome table.
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