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Who won the APF C/C compitition?

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Not there on Sat to find out but as a complete outsider would consider, either (i)the 3 bears in a boat, for good use of the log, artistic merit and whimsy.

(ii) the 2 benches with the lattice back for use of the log and technical skills

(iii) the bench seat with the bears at each end, for use of the log and I dunno?

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I have no idea how these compititions are judged, but was a little taken aback at how little of the rather large log was left by the time some of the compititors had finished, and I think they should definately be marked down for that:001_rolleyes:

PS not something I could ever do, and I generally admired the talent and skills demonstrated.

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Not there on Sat to find out but as a complete outsider would consider, either (i)the 3 bears in a boat, for good use of the log, artistic merit and whimsy.

(ii) the 2 benches with the lattice back for use of the log and technical skills

(iii) the bench seat with the bears at each end, for use of the log and I dunno?

PS

I have no idea how these compititions are judged, but was a little taken aback at how little of the rather large log was left by the time some of the compititors had finished, and I think they should definately be marked down for that:001_rolleyes:

PS not something I could ever do, and I generally admired the talent and skills demonstrated.

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''I have no idea how these compititions are judged, but was a little taken aback at how little of the rather large log was left by the time some of the compititors had finished, and I think they should definately be marked down for that'',

 

I thought that to but there is a better chance of selling at the auction, as 1 piece was described by the auctioneer flat pack and fit in the back of a car ( changed by the artist to estate car! ) owl bench with squirrel the one I refer to some v. good pieces of work there I bid on a few but only went home with one of the speed carves, unfortunately I have no pics of any of the show this year disappointed with myself for that, just got tractor back of the low loader time to relax

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''I have no idea how these compititions are judged, but was a little taken aback at how little of the rather large log was left by the time some of the compititors had finished, and I think they should definately be marked down for that'',

 

I thought that to but there is a better chance of selling at the auction, as 1 piece was described by the auctioneer flat pack and fit in the back of a car ( changed by the artist to estate car! ) owl bench with squirrel the one I refer to some v. good pieces of work there I bid on a few but only went home with one of the speed carves, unfortunately I have no pics of any of the show this year disappointed with myself for that, just got tractor back of the low loader time to relax

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