Glazing your 3D Carving - A Step by Step Guide

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Glazing your 3D Carving - A Step by Step Guide

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Hi all,

I have just completed a guide you may find useful if you are interested in finishing your 3D carvings using a glaze to add depth.

The document should open as a .pdf file and allow you to read and/or print.

I hope you find it useful. Any questions, please ask.

Tim
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Superb document Tim :)

Thanks for making the time to do such a comprehensive job
of writing and photographing the process.

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Thanks, Tim.

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Nice Job Tim...

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Thanks Tim

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wow!! lookin forward to seeing this on friday!!

jim :P
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How great is that!!!
Thank you for your time & effort

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Nice job, Tim. You obviously put a good deal of time and effort into producing this document. You are definitely one of the people who makes this forum a great forum.

Thanks,

Phil

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Cheers Tim. Good job. :D

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Thanks Tim.....

Great Job !!

Your going to be a 'hard act' to follow !!!

C-ya Friday !!
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Fantastic job - been needing that! Thanks so much.
:)
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Thanks Tim, great info!
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Tim;

Nice Job
you certainly put a lot of work into this.
Now if the BBQ is this good this coming weekend might just last till Tuesday!!
thanks
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hello


great establish...should has a separated index on the forum for similar...



thanks
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i'm not the finisher guy... i just like to carving... afternoon was not posted the pdf yet...

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Great job, Tim!

Thanks for the time and effort you put into it!

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