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    Wood Art a Different Way

    I think this is pretty neat. Different.

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    That was VERY cool indeed - Thank's Paul

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    Gee, I loved magnifying glasses when I was a kid. I was real good at it too; I could burn my initials in a piece of wood.

    With luck I could set a leaf or piece of paper on fire.

    We are talking real talent here.

    Thanks for showing. It was really interesting. Oh yeah. I saw one of those sand bottles when I was in grade school. I was really impressed when I saw how it was done.

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    Thanks for posting that, Paul. BUT...takes way too much patience for me to consider!
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    Very cool, but I bet he's bored on cloudy days!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bower View Post
    Very cool, but I bet he's bored on cloudy days!

    That's when he does all his shading...
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