WOW! Your test is just beautiful! I would be very happy with that piece alone. I look forward to seeing what you want to use it for.
Oh,WOW that is lovely!!!!!!! I think I should come and take carving lessons from you :-)
Thanks Catherine. It's carved out of lime wood just to see, the plan is to use steamed pear for the finished pieces. That will look even better.Elga, I wont teach you anything until you tell me how you got rid of the stain of one of your Queen Anne chairs :-)) I recall you weren't happy with the color and finish it had and you brought it back to bear state. I remember looking at them both in exhibition to see if i could detect any color difference between them.... and there was none! They both had a beautiful finish and i was like; It can't have been stain...? Was it...? Nooo! It wasn't...? Or was it...? How else could she...?
Beautiful carving miniature!Hugs
Debora.......it looks wonderfull!! I'm curious for what kind of project you've want to use it!Jeffry.
That's gorgeous! You are very clever! and patient.
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Test!!! het is een kunstwerkje,prachtig...tjee wat ben jij toch getalenteerd...ik geniet er van!Bedankt voor het plaatsen van een post over mijn veloren blog en de nieuwe, maar ik ben ook heel blij om te vertellen dat alles weer is hersteld god zij dank:)x,Sab
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