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Have you ever taken on a project that is WAY over your head.....because you wanted the challenge?

This is my challenge.......

Everything dark will be cut out. Then painted black. The wood is White Pine.

Let the party begin........
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If you're going to freehand that and pull it off - you will have my utmost respect and admiration. That looks like CNC territory.

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Could get the old woodburning set out .... or solder iron.
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Personnel challenges are the best ones Frank...shows ya how far you've come, and how far ya gotta go...

looking forward to this one..;0
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Well if that's for a biker gang you better getter done
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Well if that's for a biker gang you better getter done
Oh RIck,LMAO, how do you think of those things anyway?HAHAHAHAHA

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Oh RIck,LMAO, how do you think of those things anyway?HAHAHAHAHA

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I think it's my positive outlook lol
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Basic letters cut. Clean up to be done later.

Starting on Jughead in a minute. Gotta let my muscles relax a minute.
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I'm sure you will do well. How big is the project?
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I'm sure you will do well. How big is the project?
Thanks. It's 8-1/2 X 11 in artwork. The sign will have about a 2-1/4" border around it.

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Thanks. It's 8-1/2 X 11 in artwork. The sign will have about a 2-1/4" border around it.


Larger may have been easier in this instance. Which bit do you use for the fine lines?
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