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robert dignam10/11/2011 10:51:17
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hi heres an english bulldog i made for my son the woods i used are sapele walnut   maple and wenge for the nose and toenails thanks for looking          

Edited By robert dignam on 10/11/2011 10:54:22

Edited By robert dignam on 10/11/2011 10:54:51

steve h10/11/2011 11:20:12
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Brilliant Robert - presume you are a scroll-saw master??
Paul Jones 410/11/2011 12:27:22
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That's really nice Robert.

How big is it?

BillW10/11/2011 19:04:48
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Absolutely fantastic Robert.
 
You could ask for a lot of money in dog showing circles.
 
Bill.
Oddjob10/11/2011 19:28:11
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Robert, that is beautiful. Excellent wood selection and fine workmanship. Your many woodworking skill amaze me. Is this your own design or do you acquire drawings from somewhere?
 
Richard
robert dignam10/11/2011 19:50:41
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hi thanks for the kind comments everyone paul it is approx 16 tall 16 wide at the widest point richard i bought the plans from kathy wise intarsia patterns in usa, it was a lot of fun to make     bob

Edited By robert dignam on 10/11/2011 19:51:02

BillW10/11/2011 21:20:55
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I've just had a look on the Kathy Wise web site, some lovely designs, unfortunately the English Setter (a breed I used to have) is not very good, the Springer and Bichon that I also used to have are nice, again unfortunately the breed of dog I have now is not produced, what a pity I rather fancied doing one.
 
Again fantastic work Bob.
 
Bill.
medims10/11/2011 22:25:32
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thats a nice one.
Simon Reeves11/11/2011 12:44:07
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Superb job Robert. I especially like the way you've oriented the grain so it almost looks like muscles.
I get the feeling that with the slightly droopy skin appearance that the bulldog has, a Shar Pei would be a brilliant candidate for this kind of work! I saw a puppy some while ago whose skin must have been at least 10 times larger than his body. A real cutie!
 
Simon
Les Hetherington11/11/2011 17:20:33
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What a fantastic bit of work, well made robert. Les
Derek Lane14/11/2011 15:20:43
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Robert this is absolutely wonderful. Great use of wood colours and grain orientation look forward to some more of the same
Alan T.18/11/2011 17:11:27
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Hello Robert , Just add me to the list off those appreciating your skill. Well done. Alan T.
sad sam19/11/2011 20:57:44
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hi robert
really good superb well done

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