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    I finished my latest Plaque

    I'm going to upload the first picture I had showing the different levels of the plaque and then the next pictures will be the finished productClick image for larger version. 

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    Nice! I really admire your tool control.
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    Thanks Carol....Well I did mess up in a couple places.

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    Wow, Steve, you sure to clean work. I'm sure I'm not the only one here who can't spot any mistakes.
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    Nice work once again Steve.

    The undercut behind the baseball bat must have been interesting to do!

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    Ryan...You don't surprise me anymore with your keen eagle eye....Yes that was thoroughly in actual fact a very doggedly taxing challenging, and demandingly punishing tough undercut...And any other adjectives that you can think of....But once I started it, I was all in.... vacating was no longer an option or else it's firewood.

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    Thanks Vaughn...I appreciate your comment!

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    I've been going through a similar set of suffering on the corners of my latest spoon so the process was fresh in mind

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    I feel your pain!!

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    I am so jealous of your talent. Darn, you do impressive work
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