First Design & Carve Creation

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adirondak5
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First Design & Carve Creation

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Made this for a friend , sent out the other day , he should be getting it today , hopefully he will like it . It was my first real carve using Design & Carve with Aspire and following some of the tutorial tips . Its African mahogany @ .750" thick x 14" x 7.25" finished with 4 spray coats of clear shellac .

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Re: First Design & Carve Creation

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Great looking carving Herb, well done! :wink:

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Thanks Claude :)

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Re: First Design & Carve Creation

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Very nicely, do you live in the Adirondacks? I'm in the Berkshires.

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Re: First Design & Carve Creation

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Thanks Phil :) . No , not in the Adirondacks , actually out on Long Island , but I do get up to the Adirondacks and the Catskills quite often.

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Re: First Design & Carve Creation

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great job, once you get into 3-d its sort of hard to go back to v carving.

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Re: First Design & Carve Creation

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Thanks COWBOY . Yes , the 3D stuff is addicting , you just want more :lol:

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