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    12"x11"x1" , Basswood, Wood Burned , Colored with Colored Pencils. It's a Simple Design but turned out OK. The youngest Daughter put her claim on it already , that means the Oldest Daughter has to get an Eagle also, can't give one without giving the other . Merle 1-PICT0002.JPG1-PICT0002.JPG
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  • #2
    Hi Merle
    You eagle looks great form my front seat, nice job with the colored pencils
    Bruce

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    • #3
      Hey Merle, your Eagle looks great and I like the use of the colored pencils for coloring. Super job! The bark really adds a lot to your woodburning too

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      • #4
        Hi Bruce, Thanks for your Kind Words. Merle

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        • #5
          Hi Kathy, the Daughters thought the last one was to Bright and this one suted my Youngest so it's hers and it goes with the one she got for Christmas. The Colored Pencils worked out nice ,you must use Spray Poly U and not Wipe On, I used Wipe On once and it wiped most of the Color off. Thanks Kathy for your Encouraging Words. Merle

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          • #6
            Merle, you probably know this but there are two types of colored pencils one is watercolor pencils and the other is oil based pencils. I would think that the oil based pencils would be less likely for the colors to run. I have oil base colored pencils, but haven't used them on wood. I do like the result you got with your Eagle.

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            • #7
              Hi Kathy, My Pencils are Multichrome coloring Pencils. I think they are Oil Based. It says you can blend with Turpentine by Dipping Pencil in Turpentine. They also have the Colors names on the Pencils , easy for me to tell the colors. Ha,Ha. I really didn't know they Water Base and Oil Base Pencils , learn something everyday. Thanks for your most welcome Comments. Merle

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              • #8
                That is one awesome eagle Merle! Beautiful work! The paint scheme if super. Love those colors.
                Terry

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                • #9
                  Ah! I didn't read closely the first time. Colored pencils! Now I see how you got those beautifully subdued colors.
                  Terry

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                  • #10
                    Never would have thought of using colored pencils Merle. That sure turned out really well by using them, not "in your face" color, but a nice pleasing tonal effect. Another fine work by the "eagle whisperer".

                    Tinwood

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                    • #11
                      Hi Terry, Using the Pencils leaves the Shading show thru and does tone it down some. Thank You for your interest. Merle

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                      • #12
                        Hi Tinwood, If you decide to use Colored Pencils and want to use PolyU be sure to use a Spray not a Wipe on because it will remove the Color. Easy to use and no Cleanup. Thank You for the Laugh, Ha,Ha. Eagle Whisper, Ha,Ha. Merle

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                        • #13
                          With two daughters, Merle, it sounds like you need to get some sort of duplicating machine...lol That's really outstanding work! I always enjoy seeing your eagles!
                          Keep On Carvin'
                          Bob K.

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                          • #14
                            Question, Merle.....when you use the colored pencils do you just use them directly on the dry wood?
                            Keep On Carvin'
                            Bob K.

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                            • #15
                              Merle, well done! Nice effect with the pencils, I never thought of using those.
                              Arthur

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