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Paul_Guraedy
Paul_Guraedy
Hoopin' Holler Hermit
Last Activity: Yesterday, 10:20 AM
Joined: 07-29-2004
Location: Near Harrison, Arkansas
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  • Paul_Guraedy
    replied to Barn Owl
    Dileon, the watercolor ground is water based and says it can be mixed with other colors. I have not done this but can say that when I want to use watercolor ground to cover another color, I have to be sure and not scrub or the color I am attempting to cover will mix with the ground and defeat my pu...
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  • I was reminded of this topic while carving at the clinic last Thursday. I always have a carving to work on and was carving a comfort bird out of a cedar block. A lady approached and asked, "Are you a whittler?" The answer I gave is in agreement with Claude's post ~

    "A rose...
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  • I like images that are different and he is. Looking forward to George....
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  • Paul_Guraedy
    replied to Barn Owl
    Sorry for the slow response on this topic. We have had company for the last couple of weeks and my computer is in our guest bedroom.

    On this carving, I am still only at the "base coat, con sealing" stage ~ but thoroughly enjoying the process. My major regret as I reached the "my...
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  • Paul_Guraedy
    replied to Evolution in Woodcarving
    Painted vs. unpainted?

    I know before I start a carving whether or not I will paint it. In general: if the carving is basswood, tupelo, laminated, requires mending or has inserts, it will be painted ~ if the carving is any other species of wood, has striking color/markings, is stylized,...
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  • Paul_Guraedy
    started a topic Evolution in Woodcarving

    Evolution in Woodcarving

    I have been hacking away at wood ~ in an attempt to produce a worthwhile woodcarving for quite a long time now. A few days ago I came to the realization that I had reached an evolution in carving. I lay no claim to being an artist ~ but my latest piece is on a shelf in front of my recliner. Looking...
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