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Old 09-13-2018, 12:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Playing around with some small turning....should of had my OptiVisor on as these were getting hard to see detail.
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Wowser...that is impressive.


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Impressive. I use my optivisor's for building 1/72 military men. What kind of exacto are you using?
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Impressive. I use my optivisor's for building 1/72 military men. What kind of exacto are you using?
No Xacto knife. I used a 1/4 spindle gouge, a 1/4 skew, and a 3/8 bedan.
The 1/4 Skew was handled and a little harder to maneuver. The other tools being un-handled worked nicely.
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Awesome. Look up pencil carving art. Its incredible. Photo from the web, not from my hand.

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