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  • ka0fan
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    Good looking bunch of carvings Herb!! And Phyllis did a bang up job of painting!! That was a fun weekend at the Wetherbee class.

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  • Mark N. Akers
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    Originally posted by uvawyo View Post

    Yessir the instructions were good!.
    Thats great to hear, you just never know when you do a project how easy it is to follow, but glad you found it good to follow, thanks.

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  • uvawyo
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    Originally posted by Rodster View Post
    I like them all, I like them all!
    The short, the long and the tall!

    The Santa is neat, though lacking some feet.
    And the pirate is scary, making Tex kind of wary,

    That brings me to the little guy who interests me most.
    If he isn't 4 inches, he most certainly is close.

    I like to know all the details on how he was whittled.
    If you fess up the info, you won't be belittled.

    I believe you are the guy, who said my ryhmes are sublime.
    So this ditty is for you. It won't cost you a dime.

    And now I must return to my initial refrain.
    I like them all. I like them all. I repeat once again!





    Thanks rodster I love the poetry, I shared it with Phyllis, the short guy with the tall hat is 5 3/4 inches tall, I just carved he hat and carved the man under it with the remaining wood-one piece
    And thanks to every one else for the nice comments

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  • JoeVM
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    Good carvings there Herb.

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  • Rodster
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    I like them all, I like them all!
    The short, the long and the tall!

    The Santa is neat, though lacking some feet.
    And the pirate is scary, making Tex kind of wary,

    That brings me to the little guy who interests me most.
    If he isn't 4 inches, he most certainly is close.

    I like to know all the details on how he was whittled.
    If you fess up the info, you won't be belittled.

    I believe you are the guy, who said my ryhmes are sublime.
    So this ditty is for you. It won't cost you a dime.

    And now I must return to my initial refrain.
    I like them all. I like them all. I repeat once again!






    Last edited by Rodster; 08-27-2018, 10:21 PM.

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  • Tinwood
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    Nice work by the assistant. Phyllis did a great job too.

    Tinwood

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  • Claude
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    Nice work, Herb!

    Claude

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  • Bob K.
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    Good idea leaving Phyllis with plenty of work to do while you're away so she stays out of trouble!

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  • uvawyo
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    Originally posted by Mark N. Akers View Post
    Awesome Job, tell Phyllis a great job on painting everything, thanks for attempting the Pirate, did you find the instructions good to follow?
    Yessir the instructions were good!.

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  • Mark N. Akers
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    Awesome Job, tell Phyllis a great job on painting everything, thanks for attempting the Pirate, did you find the instructions good to follow?

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  • uvawyo
    started a topic Mark Aker's pirate, Rich Weatherbee class and others

    Mark Aker's pirate, Rich Weatherbee class and others

    I went down to Loveland Colorado and attended Rich Wetherbee's class this weekend. Phyllis stayed home and painted Marl Akers pirate a couple of Santas and this other little guy with a big hat. Here are the results I had a lot of fun Phyllis had a lot of work. We each enjoyed our selves. IMG_1567.JPGIMG_1573.JPG
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