Christmas Nativity Scene

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John Shorba
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Christmas Nativity Scene

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I used two components from design and make and carved in mahogany on cnc shark hd4 extended bed. I finished it with shellac, glaze, and poly. My wife's Christmas present.
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Beautiful! 8)
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Fantastic job
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Very nice. I am sure it will be cherished. Thanks for sharing.
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Very nice and the glaze brings out a lot of detail. What size is the piece?

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Looks great! Did you use a 0.125" BN for the Finish Pass? Almost looks like more detail could be rendered with a 0.0625" BN

But, it's hard to tell from the photo. It is wonderful as it is!
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Thanks for the kind words, it is 18" diameter and yes I did use an 1/8" ball nose. I previewed 1/16" and didn't see much difference and the run time was very long as it was so I thought the 1/8" was a good compromise.

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Very nice job John
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Your piece does justice to the beauty of the birth of the Savior of the world, thank you, Jim

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Very nice work and great set up for the picture, really brings out the beauty of it.

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