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I like the bone fish...

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You are quite the artist, nice!

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Kwool...where can I get some of that coffee this morning?

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How ya been Mike!

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4 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

Nice burns, Mike. What did you use? How long did the typical one take? Where did you get the rounds?

I've got a burnmaster eagle with 2 pens. The rounds are cheap cheese boards from the dollar store. I go through the internet and pick up and print stuff I like. It actually takes me longer to transfer the pic to the wood ( carbon paper) than it does to follow the lines and burn it. Each one takes about 30 minutes or more.

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5 hours ago, DRAGON1 said:

Starbucks!!

Oh, well never mind then...:(

Probably can make my own version.:P

 

The rounds are cheap cheese boards from the dollar store.

Great idea...I'll take a look...would be good for other projects too.

 

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Mike, depending on your printer type (ink jet or laser) there are quite a few YouTube videos that show how to cheaply, quickly and easily transfer images to wood. 

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22 hours ago, Stick486 said:

 

YES SIRREE!!!

I like that bonefish a lot...

 

my hats...

 

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hers...

 

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WOW!!!!! those are great!!!!! can you get me a dead on straight shot on the emblems? i'd love to burn those!!!!!!  send the pics to dragonshadow2334@aol.com

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On 1/8/2018 at 5:04 PM, Stick486 said:

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Did this one last night. Black walnut on pine.

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I really like your style...

a lot....

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7 hours ago, DRAGON1 said:

Did this one last night. Black walnut on pine.

Like it..a lot...

Do you have an outlet to sell these Mike or are they commissioned?

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