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Dale Felice

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Dale Felice last won the day on May 18 2016

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About Dale Felice

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    Dale
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    You got me, you figure it out!
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    The world is not angry enough, if it were we wouldn't have evil in it. (Bede Jaret)

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  1. Construction projects

    Projects I have accumulated as a carpenter before and after the military. Tons of ideas and things that I could make budget friendly.
  2. Maple rustic chair

    From the album Construction projects

    I had a few bucks and bought the logman x pro log tenon maker. I have a big property in which I scavenged some maple dead fall. This is the first in log furniture I have tried. It takes pretty big forstner bits to drill out too. Can't wait to see the overall and I've figured out how to do It quickly. This is time consuming but I'm excited!
  3. Signs and images

    Scrollsaw projects that are random from signage to portraits and other misc Designs I put together by laptop and generated into a pattern.
  4. Haunted House

    From the album Signs and images

    Made this in one evening and used a couple of spray paints to generate pretty good color. Enjoy!
  5. Signs and images

    Sir Benney was designed after our min pin on a computer. I generated the pattern using photoshop, then cut it by scroll saw. The silence sign was done by router free hand. Sprayed black in lettering, and sanded off.
  6. Flying eagle 2

    Thank you John! Next month I'm invited to Branson Missouri to carve 6 days there for the biggest veterans event in the U.S. Master carver Steve Gore of Chainsaws for Charity will be hosting it. He will be touring next Year for 16 months with a memorial wall carving that's 50 feet long and 35,000 pounds across the states. He invited me to it because I'm a wounded warrior. There will be 8 of us carving. I have got to know many worldwide saw artists and keep in touch with them for help. You never stop learning. When you do, it's time to put them saws down. Creativity is another must. If you can't do it, find a way to do so. It can be done with proper planning !
  7. Scroll pumpkin

    Welcome. It's a hegner in a dewalt body. For the price of the hegner, I can but 3 of these and they are very forgiving saws. You can turn em up without having to bolt em down so it's more portable for me.
  8. Scroll pumpkin

    From the album Signs and images

    Took a few hrs to do this, but the new saw is insane with no vibration. Very easy to work with. It's a dewalt 788. Great addition to the tool arsenal! Enjoy!
  9. Hunting, Fishing, Wildlife

    Collector plates, wildlife scenes and outdoors type projects. From my neck of the woods.
  10. Deer in feather

    From the album Hunting, Fishing, Wildlife

    Did this in an evening. Very hard around the grasses. It gets flimsy but it held lol. Enjoy!
  11. Red tail hawk

    I'm not sure if I'm gonna leave natural with just a burn.... or use stains and airbrush it. I been wanting to do tons of natural as of late. It's pointing towards that.
  12. Red tail hawk

    From the album Chainsaw Carving

    Roughed in at about 45 minutes today. Lots to do yet. First hawk to try. Enjoy!! Prowess Carving
  13. Chainsaw Carving

    When the weather gets nice in Pa, I try to do something a bit different instead of being cooped up inside. Here is some things I have either done or started on .1 hr so far.
  14. Forest leaf ram

    Thank you lew!
  15. Forest leaf ram

    From the album Hunting, Fishing, Wildlife

    Made of birch with sprayed greens and yellows. First shot at a ram. Came out decent!

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