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    Hello,
    Love the forum. The Escher’s are fantastic as are
    many other artistic wood carvings. Due to the current climate and retirement, I have returned back to my roots when I was a kid in college and sold wood clocks at the NY Binghamton Craft show. Hopefully, my art is evolving as some of the stuff I sold was downright awful.
    Looking for some advice on a relief in progress which is a discard piece of Spalted Maple from another project (Modern Grandfather clock) which I will get back to when the weather warms.
    Wanting some suggestions on depth and width of relief work around the village depicted on both sides. I love magical and surreal art so enjoying putting this together this winter.
    Thanks, Joe
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    Welcome to the forums! I moved your p-ost to its own thread so more members would see it. That looks to be quite the project!

    Claude
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    • #3
      Hi Joe , We have an Escher Carver here on our Forum and sure he will be glad to meet you . Welcome and looking forward in seeing some of your Work . Merle

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        Hello Joe and welcome to the WCI. Look forward to sharing with you.
        We live in the land of the free because of the brave!

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          Welcome to the forum Joe.
          Mark N. Akers
          My Etsy Store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/KarolinaKarver

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            Welcome to the forums!

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            • #7
              Welcome Joecarve64 - The carver on this site of Escher designs is me. I look forward to helping you when you choose to do one. Some are relatively simple. Others are beyond possible.

              Phil
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