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Was made with 74 parts, the smallest component size 1.5 x 2 mm
(Eyelids above), a wholly by applying 1 ton koyulaştırıldı tung oil, varnish spray thrown on the mat 40 x 40 cm
mounted on solid pine. It was very difficult to cut the rose tree olson 480 dz cut with thick wood table with rowan renklendirildi Pinoteks color, the color used to study it.
I offer to your liking with construction phases.
the timbers used in

1. red hornbeam
2. brown hornbeam
3. pine
4. poplar
5. fake ebony
6. different wood
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Wood carving is a state of the tree after my death.

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that. is. freaking. AMAZING!
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Chris summed it up pretty good!!! Most excellent!

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Intarsia 101 A Beginners Guide to Wood Inlay

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All Patterns Archives - Intarsia - Judy Gale Roberts Studio

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Beautiful! A lot of patience required.

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Beautiful work!
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Awesome work! Like the wood colors and design, well executed in every detail.
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Really nice job, and you have way more patience then I do.

I spent two years in Izmir, NATO, years and years ago. Interesting.

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Beautiful work!!
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Thank you for your comment.

Wood carving is a state of the tree after my death.

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