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    Finally got my clock poured with resin. I was hoping to have it finished days ago but, sometimes life gets in the way. Lol. I have it hung in our spare room with some other pieces
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    The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls... Pablo Picasso
    Becky

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    Very, very nice burning and design...came out great and one to be proud about. Your other burnings look fantastic also!
    Bill
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    • #3
      Outstanding work!!
      We live in the land of the free because of the brave!
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      • #4
        Hi Becky , Those are 3 Masterpieces of Art . Still unbelievable . Thanks for showing ... Merle

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        • #5
          Wow!!

          Tinwood

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          • #6
            Definitely, something that you would not hang on the inside of a closet door. Quite impressive
            . . .JoeB

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            • #7
              Extremely impressive work!
              Keep On Carvin'
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              • #8
                That is absolutely stunning! What wood did you use for the clock?

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                  [QUOTE=Rolf B.;n1159849]That is absolutely stunning! What wood did you use for the clock?[/QUO

                  Thank you! I used 1/2 inch birch plywood. I have a giant compass to make the circle. I rough cut with the jig saw then clean it up with my scroll saw. I round over the edges slightly with my trim router.
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                  Becky

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                  • #10
                    Even more impressive having used plywood. The burning is not as easy as it would be on a basswood slab.

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                      Originally posted by Rolf B. View Post
                      Even more impressive having used plywood. The burning is not as easy as it would be on a basswood slab.
                      I like basswood for protraits and projects where I don't want grain getting in the way of the picture. Birch ply is very smooth, light and it has a nice grain. Also I can cut it to suit my needs. It has a nice 'tooth' feel to it. Also, I'm very cheap!! Lol. I can get a lot more projects out of a $20 4x2 sheet of birch.
                      The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls... Pablo Picasso
                      Becky

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                      • #12
                        It must have taken forever to get you pattern on the wood.

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                        • #13
                          Beautiful work, Becky!

                          Claude
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                            Originally posted by Rolf B. View Post
                            It must have taken forever to get you pattern on the wood.
                            I draw the pattern directly on the wood in pencil. I use a large compass and a ruler to make a grid. It's what I do sitting around in the evenings watching tv or listening to music. It's a little hard to see but, that's how I do it. Depending on the size it can take anywhere from an evening to a week or more. I've never draw the same one twice- even if I tried! Lol
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