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tbox61
tbox61
Bob Dole Country
Last Activity: 05-10-2021, 12:53 PM
Joined: 01-27-2005
Location: Bob Dole Country
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  • tbox61
    replied to Gnome carving
    Really great!
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  • tbox61
    replied to Bits and Sanding Drum
    Brian,
    This reminds me of my father in law...he was a hopelessly addicted woodworker after retiring in 1989. He made 35 or so full-size Grandfather clocks from scratch, and over 350 smaller battery powered clocks during his clock making days. He was going through a LOT of disc and belts on his...
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  • Spectacular! Great job!!
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  • tbox61
    replied to Carving books!
    I would say that my favorite carving book is Jack Price' Carving Small Characters. It is a great book for beginners to get as it teaches how to carve a face, and how to carve a caricature in no time at all. It is the book that started me down the road to caricature carving about 20+ years ago.
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  • tbox61
    replied to Dusk Masks
    Merle...his was more of a dust and chip collector...it was a 2HP unit that sat in another room, and he plumbed his shop with 4" PVC with shut offs at each of his 'stations'...band saw, sander, radial arm saw, lathes, chop saw, router table and table saw. He had a contraption that went into a trash...
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  • tbox61
    replied to Larry's houses
    Way cool! Love those! One of the guys in our club who carves bark, said to just 'Go WILD', when you design your bark carvings! It definitely allows you to color outside of the lines! Great Job!
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  • tbox61
    replied to Dusk Masks
    My father in law developed COPD, I believe, from about 12 years of working in his woodshop without a dust collection system...I used to spend a LOT of time with him in his shop during this time, and I was continually sick with sinus infections. His shop used to have about the top 2 feet of air hanging...
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  • tbox61
    started a topic Smiley

    Smiley

    Meet Smiley...I used the basic Pete LeClair cutout used in his book on carving faces, and stepped out to design my own dude. Smiley is what came out of the wood!

    This is the first carving I really tried with a wide smile and teeth, and I am getting better at my eyes and ears. I have a...
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  • tbox61
    replied to Cowboy faces
    Wow, really nice carvings no matter where you are from!
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  • tbox61
    replied to Projects from Renegade 2021
    How fun! Great job! My wife and I were planning on heading that way this fall so I could participate, but I am having a knee replaced in May and don't think I can travel that soon!

    Who all did you get to carve with?
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  • tbox61
    replied to Chief NoHorse
    Nice job!!!
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