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That is way beyond what I could ever imagine could be done with a scroll saw. Wonderfully done. You are a master at scrolling.

The tips of the branches look so fragile,I hope little fingers in the class room don't break them off.

 

You must have a lot of patience and  a steady hand.

Herb

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Thanks. It did turn out nice. Not everything comes out so good. I have been half way done with a board and something goes wrong and in the garbage it goes. Ha.

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Thanks. You can put your hat back on. ha  Seriously. I appreciate your comment.

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Gopher, just noticed - when did you make the Dome Clock?  Another great project.

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I made the clock about 15 years ago. It was about the most challenging piece I'm made.

2 pieces of walnut as base parts and the rest is 1/n red oak. About 200 hours start to finish.

Thanks for asking.

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15 minutes ago, oleglenn said:

I made the clock about 15 years ago. It was about the most challenging piece I'm made.

2 pieces of walnut as base parts and the rest is 1/n red oak. About 200 hours start to finish.

Thanks for asking.

Do you have close up pictures of it?

Herb

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I think I do. I'll do some searching.

The clock works are very small.

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I had just about the same amount of time in the one I made.  Forgot how many pieces I cut in the project.  

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I know what you mean. If we counted them, we probably wouldn't do it. ha.

 

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Thanks for all the kind complements on my latest venture.

We sure have a nice bunch of folks in this group.

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I can't believe I missed this somehow. My apologies and my loss until now.

Beautiful, beautiful piece Glenn. What patience you must have.

Thanks for sharing it here at TPW.

 

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11 hours ago, RustyFN said:

Wow that is beautiful Glenn. The first thing I think of when I see it is how many holes to drill. :)

That's true. That is one of the first questions I always get, how many holes.

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