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A few more projects wrapping up this week.

An Elk in the round piece that is being donated to the Rocky Mountain Elk foundation. Birch butcher block 25"

A first pass at painting the Steampunk Humpy x to Hummer = Humvie, salmon piece. Half way through the salmon species now.

and a first pass at painting Captain Cave man. I am pretty sure I emailed everyone who wanted that file.. except those of you who only speak in LOA..... Languages other than Aspire. Just cant get that tool path file stuff to work.
 

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I've ran out of adjectives to describe your work!! I hope your making a lot of money for the obvious amount of time you put into your work.
 
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Great work, as usual, Scott! I still haven't had time to try the files in my LOA software, Fusion 360. I can now see the proverbial light at the end tunnel and hope to get a chance later this week to see how the stl files look.

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What they said .
Scott , I sure like that perimeter frame your doing around the Elk, very nice touch. There all great pieces , you’ve got some major talent their
 

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for a newbie - your work is so impressive from the cnc standpoint, as well as the finish/paint greatness. thank you for sharing that, it helps people like me stay motivated to learning the craft!
 

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for a newbie - your work is so impressive from the cnc standpoint, as well as the finish/paint greatness. thank you for sharing that, it helps people like me stay motivated to learning the craft!
thanks Tim. lots of inspiring work on this forum for sure.
 
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