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All good Si,
Been working with Clay rather than the saws. Hope to get back carving in the next few weeks, potential work on a commission for a school so best get the saws out soon.

Interesting mate, Clay is a lot more forgiving than wood

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On 16/03/2018 at 23:03, wisewood said:

Thanks Steve, it’s leylandii, one of my favourite woods emoji108.png

The hare’s ears are wonderful. And what a wonder to see leylandii in a way I never expected to experience.

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Great work mate! Looks so natural and impressive
May you share a bit of vids of your performance with us and what the main instruments do you used for it?

I don’t usually plan far enough ahead to make videos, but I do have this one from last month[

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