Some fun stuff

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Some fun stuff

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Little panels for many uses.
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collagebear.jpg
dolfi.jpg
ducky 006.jpg
fishy 002.jpg
horse.jpg
Kittybits.jpg

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Oh my. My brain cannot form any other words.
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Couple more.
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wabbit 001.jpg

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If this is your original artwork, then you have certainly impressed me.

I wish I was capable of stuff like that. :D

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Love the creativity! I'll have to play at this some, looks like fun. :D
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Looks great. Just wondering, are the vectors from the shutter stock site?

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Dan

I would have to say these are over the top and out of the park. Really look great. Thanks for the post.

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The Vectors for these came from a CoreGALLERY disc. and thanks for the comments folks.

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Dan,

I must join everyone and say excellent on the creativity scale. I like them all especial the fish.
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Those are wonderful. Very impressive. There must have been a ton of thought put into them. Do they come more easily over time? Do you see the patterns fall into place?
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Really hard to answer, I guess I go looking for a way to fill a need and in a way thats attractive, and yes I visualize but get fooled both good and bad sometimes.

And thanks for your comments..

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Hi Dan,

With my old eyes, it's getting hard to tell if these are VCarved or relief?
Here's my take on a VCarved version of the bear...
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Bear.jpg
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And a boar...
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Hey...way to go, going to cut them out at about 16x24..? 60 degree bit?

Here is a diff. look..
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kitchen helper.jpg

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Hey, there is nothing top secret here, the files came from a cd the wife bought online for laser engraving, I borrowed them and using a 60 degree v-bit cut them all from 16 x 24 pine shelving prepainted black, and thats all folks
they were in the eps.file format so I could size and cut in v-carve.

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