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Just a couple of projects.

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These are a couple of things I did this past week and am donating for a church auction that's happening next month. First is a rosary box that is carved out of 3/4" cherry. It has a carved rose on the front, which comes on the Aspire DVD, and the sides are a basket weave pattern. The rose is fairly small and I used a 1/16" BN to carve it out in a single pass.

The second project I did, for the same auction, is the "Ornate Cross" from the VectorArt3D website. It's about 20"X16" and was carved out on 4/4 cherry. Roughed with a 1/4" EM and finished with 1/8" BN. It took about 6 hours @ 3ips with a 8% stepover. And it turned out really nice. Add this design to your collection if you don't have it yet! http://www.vectorart3d.com/store/index. ... l&ID=44041

Thanks, AD :twisted:
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Ad , I always like seeing you post. I know I can expect something Very nice to look at . thanks for posting

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Very nice, Angelic.

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Beautiful!

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Looks great!
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hi

nice finish on both project...

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OG - very very nicely done, great clean finish as always. Thanks for the plug :)

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Wow these look really nice!

They have a very nice glow to them. What did you use to finish the wood?

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I see your making excellent use of the weave pattern on the sides.

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AD, good looking work, clean and precise.
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Yeah Phil, I can make that weave pattern in my sleep now. :-) Thanks fo the help. -AD :twisted:
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