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  • Glenn Jennings
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    He look just great. Very nice job all round !!

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  • toycarver
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    Thanks 4ND3R5, not decided yet on what the hand will hold. If I can, I might make it so I can change the item

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  • 4ND3R5
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    Great job. What is he going to have in his empty hand?

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  • Claude
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    Nice carving, Kris!

    Claude

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  • toycarver
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    Thanks JerseyGirl. Clean cuts make painting a lot easier that’s for sure.

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  • JerseyGirl
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    toycarver Beautiful work! Such clean cuts you made and the painting is terrific. Really like how the hat came out too.

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  • JoeVM
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    Very nice Kris.

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  • toycarver
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    Thanks for the catchy rhyme, Rodster. You’re very good at those! Merle what you said is so true of this hobby. It really is fun and good for us to have to think things through and problem solve. Yes it’s gratifying to have a finished piece that we are happy with.
    Herb, glad you like the shoes. Kind of fun to carve something besides boots.
    JoePaul, great idea, now you’ve got me thinking..,

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  • joepaulbutler
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    Kris, don't really care who it looks like, I think it looks like a swell bit of carving and painting. Why not hang an umbrella from the other hand, he would be all set

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  • uvawyo
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    Super carving, i really like those shoes!

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  • Merle Rice
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    Hi , Kris, The Eyes turned out Great ,your Effort and Determination paid off , that's the Fun of this Hobby , trying to solve a Problem and Solve it is very Gratifying . Your Finished Piece is something to be Proud of . Merle

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  • Rodster
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    Here's a fine carving; whittled by Kris.
    Lots of fine details; nothing amiss.

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  • toycarver
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    Thanks Woodburner807 & Kaddidle, I appreciate your comments. Yep, need to carve on!

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  • Eric B
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    Originally posted by toycarver View Post
    Hi Eric. Nice to meet you too!
    Thank you for your positive comments. How long have you been carving?
    Hi, your welcome.

    Started around 1998 but some years before that i took squared wood and carved it round with a knife at the time that was amazing to me haha.

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  • Kadiddle
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    Very nice carving. The paint is great. Clean. Precise. Thanks for showing.
    Carve On,
    Kadiddle

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