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A woodburning I did. I colored it with watercolor pencils, and then used Linseed Oil to finish it~


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What a talent!

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How long would that take to make, Jon...

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Looks great Jon. Where did you get the pattern from? I've done a few Laura Irish pics that turned out well. What type of burner do you have?

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Looks great. What type of wood did you use? Billy Boy
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Your burning and technique is very nice. The subject matter however, is not my idea of good choice.
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Thanks folk~

~James, this was about a 3 day project. But have physical ailments that limit the time I can do things.
~Ted, the pattern is a loose example I got out of a book. The 'Tattoo Sourcebook'.~~~It is a royalty free book of tattoo examples. I have a Razortip dual output burner, with 4 separate pens.
~Billy Boy, it is 'common' basswood that you would get from your local hobby store. I dont know if you have a 'Hobby Lobby' or 'Michaels' up north there, but if you do....that is where I get them, and I really like how the Basswood burns. (I am doing a commission for someone, and I have to burn on wooden goblets made of oak......and oak sucks to burn on!)

~Grandpagrizzly, I appreciate the honest feedback. That is a lost are these days....Everyone is sooo damn sensitive~~~thanks
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Jon that looks really good! The detail is awesome. I'm wandering about the pattern also. Where can I find patterns like that?
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I will see what I can do in the morning to post what my pattern was~
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I have found 'Hobby Lobby' and 'Michaels' prices for basswood quite high. Probably OK if you are just buying a piece or two. Check these guys out if you want to buy in quantity.
Heinecke Wood Products. Northern WI & MN basswood is probably the best. Both for carving and burning.

Another site I like for pyrography is Pyrography Online. It's run by Fox Chapel Publishing who has lots of books on woodburning and other crafts.
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