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  • Tom Ellis
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    Thanks Brandant, I even had to go see the movie Peter Rabbit. And it was great.

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  • BrandantR
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    That's one happy hare. He sure put a smile on my face. Thanks for sharing him.

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  • Tinwood
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    Originally posted by Tom Ellis View Post
    Thanks Tinwood, all great remarks, except you spelled my name wrong. Lol
    Can't even blame spell check for this one. Duh!

    Tinwood

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  • JoeVM
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    OK Tom, I see it now, no wife & kids -- he gets the whole carrot himself.

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  • Tom Ellis
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    Thanks Tinwood, all great remarks, except you spelled my name wrong. Lol

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  • Tinwood
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    er child for the American Dental Association! Just a superb job of painting this little guy Joe. I love the subtle shades, the dry brushing, the texture of the fur. All around beauty.

    Tinwood

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  • Tom Ellis
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    If I did that Joe, I would be carving bunnies forever. I will leave him as a bachelor.

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  • JoeVM
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    Nice bunny Tom. Now you need a mommy bunny and some little baby bunnies.

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  • Tom Ellis
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    Thanks Kathy for your comment.

    Dean, Make sure all the paint on the carving is dry before you try the dry brushing.

    Thanks Bruce, Glad you like that little fella.

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  • scotia carver
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    Hi Tom
    You have another keeper, nicely carved and painted
    Bruce

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  • deancarlsen
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    Tom thanks for the reply. Love the fur coloring. Will have to check in to dry brushing.

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  • Mottles
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    Hi Tom, what a sweet little rabbit carving, super job!

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  • Tom Ellis
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    Thanks Dean, it was done with gouges first, them a wood burner for the fine hair details. The dry brushing really sets it off.

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  • deancarlsen
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    Very nice. Love it. What did you use for the fur texture?

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  • Tom Ellis
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    Thanks Claude, and Bill, Somethings just work out right.

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