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    After showing a coworker a picture of one of my recently finished projects, he suggested that I record the process next time and edit it into a movie. I took him up on it with my most recent project (picture attached), and finished editing the movie just this afternoon. It's on YouTube if you'd like to see a 3-hour project condensed into just 6 minutes.

    Watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VeNBNr5qlk

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    Jamis, I really enjoyed the video. For such as small piece, there is still alot of work involved.
    Patrick

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    • #3
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      Thank-you, Patrick. That is the truth! I've only been carving since August, and I stand in awe of those who carve larger and more intricate pieces.

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      • #4
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        That was fun watching you carve the spoon, nice job too. Skip

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        • #5
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          I have three things to say...
          1) Wow,that is a small spoon.
          2) The Video is awsome. Great job filming, editing, and making it. Always interesting to see other people work. I seem to pick up pointers every time I watch.
          3) I think I'm missing out on half the fun of carving because I don't have a bandsaw to do my roughing out. Looks way more efficient than doing it with a knife.

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          • #6
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            @kitaye, amen to #3! I've had a lot more fun since I got my bandsaw.

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            • #7
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              Jamis .. Congratulations on a wonderfullly done video . Your demo, music and instruction was first rate .. Fastest carving job I have ever seen ..

              Beautiful little spoon and thanks so much for making it fun to watch creating it ..

              Gene

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              • #8
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                What neat video! Great job on the spoon. It looks so delicate.

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                • #9
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                  Great flick, Jamis! I didn't think you were going to have any metal left on the knife, the way you were sharpening it! LOL Thanks! It was a treat to watch a GOOD movie for a change!

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                  • #10
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                    That is a great video. Thanks for posting it. It's good for people just starting out because of the techniques shown.

                    Andagail

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