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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-17-2016, 10:42 AM Thread Starter
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Well the dogs have been laying at my feet while I work. Thinking they might be feeling a lil' left out. I decided I had to make something for them. So I decided to try and step it up a bit. I don't think the detail came out to bad considering they heavy router I'm using. Have a few spots I need to touch up on it. But still pretty pleased with it. Paitiently waiting to get my dwp611. I know with a smaller lighter router the quality should improve greatly. But with each piece I do I'm learning more and more. Thanks go out to everyone here for all the valuable knowledge. And a special mention of thanks to Dave and Eric Routen for all the knowledge they are passing on in all their youtube videos. If you new members haven't checked them out yet I suggest you do. Their youtube channel is OlDave 100.
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Looks good Bobbylee.
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I like that one a lot!!!
Great job Bobby Lee!!
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Bobby I don't know how I missed this post but I am glad I found it. Great job.
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It is funny that as the artist, we always see the mistakes that "WE" make...yet as the observer, all we see is ART and perfection!

I think that your work is perfect and that if there is an actual imperfection, it is part of the overall piece.

Very well done.... THANK YOU for sharing your work of art!

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Very nice. Thanks for sharing.
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well done..
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