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Thursday, August 30, 2007
Posted by Steve Good at 10:40:00 PM
Thanks Dick. Great info about Frys. Keep us posted on your experience with the student teacher version.
Posted by Steve Good at 10:23:00 PM
From: Spring in Sydney, Australia
I've attached 2 pictures of your patterns that I've completed.
The bowl is made of Qeensland Maple and New Guinea Rosewood.
The golfer is Qeensland Maple.
I had to be very careful with golfclub and the flagpole as they are very thin, I may make them
a little thicker next time to make them a bit stronger.
thanks for the patterns they were a lot of fun to make.
Spring these are very nicely executed and the wood is absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing the pictures and the comments about the golfer pattern should be helpful to others. Thanks.
Posted by Steve Good at 8:14:00 PM
I wanted to post another tutorial for creating scroll saw patterns with Corel Draw. This video will explains the Interactive Contour Tool. The contour tool is used in almost every pattern I create. If you are one of the many readers trying to learn Corel Draw check out this video.
I have to keep the videos under ten minutes so I go a little fast in some places. Watch it a couple times and it should start to make more sense.
This is a tool that you almost can't do without if you plan to create patterns so jump in and give it a try.
Posted by Steve Good at 1:00:00 AM
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