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Soggy
Soggy
Nova Scotia Canada
Last Activity: Yesterday, 08:36 PM
Joined: 06-13-2008
Location: Nova Scotia Canada
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  • Soggy
    replied to "High Noon"
    WOW MIKE!.... you just keep getting better 'n better, fantastic carving and the paint job is beyond words ....
    Wayne...
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  • Soggy
    replied to First 2019 crvings from Deer Creek
    Got to agree with you Herb, Wayne's carving and painting is great,....... but pink hair on that cowboy?.... or is it just the way the light was when the pictures were taken?.....
    Wayne...
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  • Soggy
    replied to Passing time...
    Thanks Rodster, i enjoy your little poems and this one did put a smile on my face. According to the doctors i should be back up and running in another week or two....
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  • Soggy
    replied to Passing time...
    I think so, but go to his YouTube site and search " Carving a fisherman's face with the one big knife" shows it real good in this one.....
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  • Soggy
    replied to Passing time...
    Kevin does use a detail knife for the fine details, but his main go to carving knife is an old "fish knife" that he has modified. These knives were very common aboard fishing boats and in fish processing plants here in Atlantic Canada. They were used to dress ( gut) and fillet tons of cod...
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  • Soggy
    started a topic Passing time...

    Passing time...

    I've been on here reading a lot , but not posting much during the past couple of weeks, due to some emergency unplanned surgery that I had to go through, and haven't felt much like carving ( or doing anything for that matter). But yesterday was feeling a bit better, so I watched a YouTube video by...
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  • Soggy
    replied to 1st Santa for 2019
    Great start to the New Year Steve!... Hope all goes well with the surgery. Take your time and do as the doctors tell you and you'll be back at'er before you know it.
    Wayne...
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  • Soggy
    replied to On My Way to My Parents
    NICE! ... My greatest accomplishment with a chainsaw was cutting up 4 cord of firewood each year, and now I don't even do that ....
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  • Sounds like a good idea Eddy, I've got a couple of unused dremels around here , I just might have to give that a try....
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  • Soggy
    replied to Simpleness
    LOL.... great carving and back-up story.....thanks for sharing
    Wayne...
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  • Soggy
    replied to My Baseball ⚾️ Player
    Great carving and painting, you may have started with a Chris Hammack roughout, but you certainly put your stamp on it,.....well done.
    Wayne...
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  • Sounds good Joe, but won't the tubing get in the way when you strop your knife?... just curious.
    Wayne...
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  • Soggy
    replied to Hello from Nebraska
    Welcome David ;...lots of friendly people on here to offer help/advice, all you have to do is ask and someone will be there to help you. By the looks of your avatar you are well on your way to enjoying one of the best hobbies on the planet.
    Wayne...
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  • Soggy
    replied to Where Do You Live?
    Beautiful picture Arthur, I can see why both you, your son and the Native Americans before you enjoyed this place, ....but honestly 60 degrees ? up here we have to wait at least until June or July to reach those temperatures...
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  • Soggy
    replied to Scotsman Bottle Stopper
    Nice one!.... well done both carving and painting...........
    Wayne...
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  • Soggy
    replied to Starting out in the UK
    Bill is correct, start with the minimum number of knives that you think you can get by with. Then as you find your preference in the type/style of carving you can add to your arsenal . A lot of beginning carvers ( me included) seem to think we have to have every tool available on the market to make...
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  • Soggy
    replied to Stylized Santa
    Great adaptation of Arlene's pattern ,.... I like the "wind swept" beard.
    Never too early to carve Santa's, I carve Christmas ornaments the year round and never seem to have enough.
    Wayne...
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  • Soggy
    replied to light house
    Ah!... that's better,. And well worth waiting for. Wayne has done a fine job on the lighthouse.
    Lighthouses are plentiful where I live in southwestern Nova Scotia ,. In the western half of the county that I live in we have 9 lighthouses along a 30 mile stretch of coast. Some are accessible by...
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  • Soggy
    replied to light house
    Oops..... no pics......??
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  • Soggy
    replied to Santa Ornament
    I agree with all of the others, and especially with what Mike says..... maybe paint a light blue iris, with black pupil and a small white highlight dot in the 11 o'clock position.
    Wayne...
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