Heart & Roses

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Heart & Roses

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Created this design for a friends wedding. The heart I created about 6-years ago.
The wood is Cherry
Wedding Heart
Wedding Heart
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Very nice work!
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Beautiful job Doug

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Looks great. Nice job on the modeling.
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That looks awesome!
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Nice work! What bits did you use in carving the heart and Roses? It looks pretty deep, is that an illusion or really long shanks?

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All of the modeling was done with BN (.50, .25, .0625) solid carbide bite. You are right the model is over 1.5" deep.
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Well done. Deeper carvings can be tricky. But it looks like you pulled it off beautifully. Getting rid of tool marks can be tough.

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Did not have any tool marks. Just a lot of end grain sanding.
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That's a beautiful clean cut, and exceptional finish as always Doug!!
Out of the game recently....but there was a box recently you did with some spalt in it?
Meant to comment at the time.....your boxes have a style of you own! :)
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Thank you Scott
Diagonal View.jpg
Thank You
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Ayuh! :)
That's the one Doug. :)
Love the shape you get out of it clamping vertically. :)
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I mentioned this elsewhere, but one of the things I appreciate about Doug's creations is his eye for design and execution. In the hearts and Roses design the names are on a different level than the roses. This causes the eye to follow the whole design. I'd probably have put the names at the same level as the roses, but Doug's design is more effective.
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Thank you Randle & Scott
Putting the names on the same level as the roses would look flat and loose the 3D look
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