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Dale Felice last won the day on June 22 2018

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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. Thank you! The rainbow is by far the easiest so far.
  2. Thank you lew! They are hard to do and especially when ya have to do all 3 species. It's been 8 months on them. Now to assemble a pad for them.
  3. Thank you Gene! Been working on them big time. Lots of hand paint on this bugger. Some airbrush too.
  4. 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.
  5. Lew I'm in the middle of a masterpiece with the trout work. Can't wait to post it. Its gonna be epic. I just laid a base color on a brook trout and I'm stunned.
  6. New phone Haha. I can't operate it too well. That and all the pain I been in. I have been trying no matter the pain. I had an MRI 2 days ago. Just waiting on the results. Plus the house problems had metastasized to the point where repair can be as much as 60k
  7. Thank you lew. Just a fun little project to kill time.
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    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.
  9. Thanks John! I haven't been on much due to ptsd issues. Our home we moved into is mold head to toe. All kinds of damages. Owner didn't disclose it all. We are suffering and are trying for help. The va pushed me to 100% after an 8 yr fight. I've been so frustrated I haven't even done any wood work as of late. We didn't have $ for the inspection before so that may be a nail in the coffin. Lawyers won't look at it due to cost either. I have every organization contacted but not hearing anything yet. It's a big mess.
  10. In many carving groups I'm in, we have carvers that chainsaw carve. However many carve by dremel, arbor tech, die grinders, angle grinders and so on. Yes it's good to expand. All aspects requiring some sort of blade and or attachment is considered carving. I actually use chisels to carve eyes and detail if the customer requests detail. A combination of equipment in most forums is ok to do. I'd see no problem with it. The only thing I'm completely against is a cnc for chainsaw carving work. Cnc is ok for other work, but too many guys are doing" production " work and to many of us carvers, it kills the art form. No 2 pieces of art should be exact, but unfortunately the fun is being taken out as well as some degree of talent. A carving forum would be cool.
  11. Thank you lew. Yeah if you glue them real tight, you get good results. As a saw carver this is a must to do. We usually carve our own bark as well. Looks very realistic and matter of fact they make tool that mounts on the saw and does it now. It is called a Harry cane tool.

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