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a Few new pieces from last weekend.

A big foot piece. " Believe in yourself"

and the latest Steampunk piece. Humpy ( pink) salmon known for their do or Die commitment to run in very shallow water. Had to combine that attribute with the mighty Humvee.... than as my wife pointed out AFTER I carved it.... I spelled HUMPVEE wrong.

I pointed out that it is a made up word, and since I made it up I would dang well use an "I" instead of TWO "E's." I am currently sleeping in my shop...

Painting these all this week. watch for updates.... Might happened sooner, as I cant go in the house right now..
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Awwwww ... Let him back in Joanie. He can't help it. After all, he couldn't even spell Christmas right last year. It's a man deficiency. Not his fault!!
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Very cool!
I was checking your Etsy site and you have some really cool stuff! I have Favorited several pieces to purchase as I get better with this stuff.
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Just when I think it can’t get any better . Great work Scott

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You are amazing ,man. That is all good stuff.
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they look great, really love big foot
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Cute! Remember- when you see Bigfoot, it is mandatory to take fuzzy pictures.
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Scott,

If you are going to use a picture of me first thing in the morning before I comb my hair, I want royalties !!! LOL

Nice work and creative,

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You're on a roll, Scott. Whatever you do, don't stop. We're all enjoying the results, and envious of your creativity.
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Love both of these. I'm not sure with one I love the most. Maybe I can decide after they are finished.
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