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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-15-2020, 05:55 AM Thread Starter
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Size is 385x370x26mm. Rough cut 6mm. Finish cut 1mm. Wood is cherry. I'm going with the stain finish on this one.
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really nice Dan! it looks so smooth. i also like how you always seem to integrate a frame into the artwork!
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Nice, Dan! I'm always curious how long these take; this one had to be quite a while, I would think.

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Nice, Dan! I'm always curious how long these take; this one had to be quite a while, I would think.

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The carving came out great!
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Another nice carving. I would not have used stain when using cherry but it really works on this piece. Well done Dan.

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