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Lovely work.
I like your style of using coloring for shading after burning the outlines and other important features.
I am fine with doing most burning operations except for the shading . Shading with the burner becomes quite a problem for me even after practicing a lot with different tips on scrap wood .
I might try your method of burning and coloring because I do have a complete set of oil pencils .
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Great stuff, Gary. What did you use for the colors?

Looks like I'll have to fire up my burner.
I use oil colors and paint thinner to blend.
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You guys and gals are SO talented. I'm pretty fussy about what would go on my wall and these, certainly, would.

The reason I have what you want is, I never lent it out before.

Scraps are a myth.
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very nice work...

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Awesome work.

Making sawdust & scraps all at the same time
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Very nice job on the burnings Gary! Have you considered using the ovals as templates for routing a solid wood frame for them? That would really take them to the next level.

I've considered it. How about some instructions? I wouldn't know where to start.

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Here are some loveseats I did about 3 years ago.
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