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    Greetings everyone! Just let you everyone know that the Renegade, Steve Brown manages, was a hit! Along with the instructors: Weatherbee,Cartledge, Hammack, Falin and Driscol, Brown had his wares available, Helvie brought in 100's of ready to carve knives of all blade types, Alan Goodman was there putting that sharp edge your tools, for next to nothing, if you boogered one up or it just needed a tune up. What a great time. I was able to complete my carving every day, minus a little clean up work, great instructors. I have posted here, two I completed, Cartledge's hillbilly ( I know you can tell he helped because of the eyes!) that I have carved many ways, referee, roller rink police and a santa. His eyes are simple but work great on these smaller sized pieces. The second guy, with the giant grin is a pattern from Rich Weatherbee. I enjoyed doing him just because he was so different, remember "diamond eyes", his approach to carving those suckers. I havent painted my other three pieces but hope to soon. Enjoy the critiques as well as the comments. Thanks Steve see you at the next one. -Eric
    www. woodcarvingsbyeric.com

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    They look SUPER Eric! Nice carving and painting. Had to be a thrill having all those great carvers there!
    Terry

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    • #3
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      Good looking carvings. Sounds like you had a great time, and picked up some tips as well...what more can you ask for?

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      • #4
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        Beautiful work!

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          Great carvings! That sounds like a ton of fun. Someday.....

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          • #6
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            They look great! I still haven't completed any of mine yet, keep getting sidetracked! It was good to see you again and it was definitely a fun week!
            'If it wasn't for caffeine, I wouldn't have any personality at all!"

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              Congratulations on some really fine work. I really like the big smile cowboy. Right up my alley . I would love to carve one like him
              ginny

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              • #8
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                Eric you did a great job on the carvings and I hope to get to one of Steves Renegade classes this year. fred k

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                • #9
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                  Hey Eric, Oh man I had a blast. Your projects turned out great. I love the Rich carving.(Diamond Eye). Good to see ya again and thanks for all your help. Looking forward to the next one.
                  www.sbrownwoodcarving.com

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                  • #10
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                    Nice work, Eric, and a big Thanks! to Steve for all his hard work setting this up. All of mine are complete: Mitch's Santa, Gary's Wizard (with a braided beard), Rich's hillbilly that became Boudreaux of the Bayou, P.J.'s Bear, and Chris's The one that got away bar guy. Just started to paint them all.

                    Claude
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                    • #11
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                      Eric,

                      Good job on these carvings.

                      Safe carving and God Bless,

                      Mark

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                      • #12
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                        Eric, excellent job on carving and painting, looks like you had a great time.
                        Mark N. Akers
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                          Great job Eric, I am sure you made the most of the week!
                          When I cut myself, I bleed sawdust!
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                          • #14
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                            Hey and thanks to Eric and Claude. Great pieces and I am sure you have plenty more Renegade projects coming.
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                            • #15
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                              Thanks friends for the nice comments, Terry you are right, the caliber of instructors was great, Mike and Claude, I can't wait to see you finished pieces so please post them when you're done. Slow, Deb, Goodgal Fred and both Marks, thanks for the kind words as well. Steve, thanks again for having a super class. I don't mind helping clean up. We need a leaf blower, fast cleaning of the floor I bet!
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