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    Infectious wood spirits

    These guys came out the wood to visit.
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    They infectious to carve. Practicing with my new carving jack knife.
    Dont ask me their names i have no clue. Maybe we could have a contest to name them?
    cheers

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    You haven't lost your touch, those look great.
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    Very kewl!

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    I like that

    I was thinking Jack and Jim

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    They look great Rob! but... why are they so upset?
    Best regards,
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    Looking good Rob.

    You're starting to get some interesting character evoked by their shapes, especially looking the interesting noses.

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    Nice job Rob!
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    Re: Infectious wood spirits

    Quote Originally Posted by Toni Ciuraneta View Post
    They look great Rob! but... why are they so upset?
    Dunno its just the way i learnt will look up to see how to change that good point thanks Toni. I learnt to do these from a guy on you tube and thats just how he did them. Will cut some more basswood and try alter face.
    Been practicing just getting used to the carving knife its a great tool and i think will be a steady companion to take with where ever one goes.

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    cheers

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    Looks kind of like Viking carvings.
    It's kind of fun to do the impossible

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    Nicely Done Rob
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