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    Another One - Raccoon

    I finished up cutting this one yesterday. It got a little hairy and I had to make a couple minor repairs. Would have been a lot easier had I done the pattern in the intended size, but I shrunk it down to fit a 8.5 x 11 paper. I'm pretty pleased with it. Will be a little gift for my brother, pay him back for some of the things he has done for me this past year.

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    WOW Beautiful Paul I love it
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    Very impressive Paul, that little guy looks real. Is that one done with a spiral blade?
    I'm supposed to respect my elders, but its getting harder and harder for me to find one now.

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    All those cuts!....and the results are fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Hans View Post
    Very impressive Paul, that little guy looks real. Is that one done with a spiral blade?
    I only use spiral blades anymore. I love them.
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    Paul thats amazing. Good job just does not do it justice.

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    Paul, when I tried doing that kind of project, it just seems the wood jumps all over the place on the scroll saw and ends up breaking off small chunks. You must have a super steady hand and technique. Rob

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    Holy Moly, that's a lot of detail Paul. Well done!
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    Nice work Paul
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    Paul
    I would love to see you work these projects. I have the same problem Rob has to much bouncing and chatter of the work piece.
    Very nice work.
    David

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