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  • gene-messer
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    For a first .. you need a congrat on this one .. good job
    Gene

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  • fly fisher
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    Very nice and neat for your first one, look forward to seeing how you progress.

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  • pallin
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    A good start! There are some interesting ideas for variations in the Whittling section of the Carvers Galleries - twisted bars, etc.

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  • Bob K.
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    I think it's perfect! Nice clean cuts...very neatly done!

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  • kdispoto
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    Looks good from here. Good clean cuts. Better than my first one.

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  • Nomad
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    Looks good to me. I find a simple ball in cage to be a very satisfying carving and do one occasionally just for the joy of it, especially when I'm on a camping trip. Just need a block of wood and a pocket knife.

    Nice work.

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  • Northwest29
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    A very good looking ball in cage. I, for one, don't see anything wrong with it. I like it.

    Ron

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  • ka0fan
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    Not a thing wrong with your ball in a cage. Nice one. But they are habit forming :<).

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  • Mr. Chips
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    Congrats on your first.
    Nice job!

    Randy

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  • Folding_viking
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    First ball in a cage



    It might not be the prettiest one but it has inspired me to try harder and maybe in future try a cage with twisted bars.
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