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  • #16
    Curious what your painting technique and finish are Mark?
    Bill
    Living among knives and fire.

    http://www.westernwoodartist.com

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    • #17
      Thanks everyone for the well wishes, i see the Dr. in 2 weeks, hoping he will permit me to return to work for 2 more years before i retire, Woodburner its very lengthy my technique, but always eager to share so i sent you a Pm on how to contact me and get a copy of my paint sheet.
      Mark N. Akers
      My Etsy Store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/KarolinaKarver

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      • #18
        Great to hear that you're bouncing back again, Mark! And it's also great to see your carvings again. They're as excellent as ever!
        Keep On Carvin'
        Bob K.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Mark N. Akers View Post
          Hey Eddieci try and research the colors and this one I found as a Artillery Soldier with the Charleston 1st Regiment.Sometimes they are a little fuzzy on emblems but I try and get them close.
          Mark.... I was just curious because I recognized the significance of the red colored kepi. I've done quite a bit of Civil War research and reading, as least to the service performed by a great-great-grandfather. He was a member of the 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery Regiment. From reading and attending Civil War Re-enactments I believe that most artillery units had the color red on their caps in some way or form, regardless of side.

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          • #20
            That is some excellent carving Mark. Have always really liked your carving style. The very best to you in your recovery.

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            • #21
              Great work as usual mark. Glad to hear the surgery went well and that you are recovering nicely. Keep up the good work.

              Bob
              Before they slip me over the standing part of the fore sheet, let them pipe: "Up Spirits" one more time.

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              • #22
                Always did love your work, always bring a big smile......knee recovery takes time, now back in the shop I am sure you will enjoy the downtime....
                . Explore! Dream! Discover!” aloha Di

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