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I have on occasion been called a fishing Machine.. and Brown bears are certainly fishing machines, and perhaps some of you are fishing machines....

round 4 of my Steampunk series is a Brown Bear Fishing machine.

I had some problems that I attribute to not watching my carve depth on a V carve tool path that I told to carve on existing model. The Vcarve was to deep and I broke out some letters. So will cut that out and redo that segment Ö

than some sanding, sealing and painting. Cant wait to paint this one.

Tw versions of the model are shown as they appear in Aspire... as I was tweaking the end result.. changed some component depths, add a wave in the flag.. changed the words block to the top. just composition play time.

Thanks for letting me share the fun.

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Really neat Scott. I’m loving the small details , very sharp .
Where the letters are damaged , I was wondering if a guy filled that hole with coloured epoxy , and then cut the letters in the epoxy ?
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Nice work Scott. As a matter of fact I'm going ice fishing tomorrow with my son in law. It's supposed to be sunny and +4 C so it should be a great day.
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Very nice, Scott. I see you've added your signature 'outside the frame' with the fish. I was missing that feature on your other steampunk projects.

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What wood are you carving? Fantastic work, Scott.
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What wood are you carving? Fantastic work, Scott.
these are carved in Baltic Birch Butcher block slabs.

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Fun! Would love to have had this for my late brother, who was a fishing machine indeed.

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king salmon is next on the Carving table.. while I paint the bear piece.
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