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    Made a few more skulls they sell pretty fast and are easy to make I start with a 2d pocket route and finish by hand with chainsaw and die grinders. Then torch it with a big weedburner propane torch.

    On these I used a wire brush wheel in a drill after burning to groove out the grain, the pictures do not really do the effect justice.

    DSCN3088 by Brian Harnett, on Flickr

    DSCN3090 by Brian Harnett, on Flickr

    DSCN3093 by Brian Harnett, on Flickr

    DSCN3094 by Brian Harnett, on Flickr

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    Some more pics I made two mirror image of each other one stained and one natural

    DSCN3101 by Brian Harnett, on Flickr

    DSCN3099 by Brian Harnett, on Flickr

    DSCN3087 by Brian Harnett, on Flickr

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    Great work on all of them Brian! (especially if they sell well)
    Personal favorite is the top, all burnt one though. Is all burnt faster to finish product than the other two? Seems like it would eliminate fuzzies pretty well
    Got any pics of your booth this year? Miss seeing the critters
    scott
    Scott Plaisted
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    Scott I pretty much burn everything for the reason of getting the fuzzies off, then a nylon abrasive brush wheel followed with flap sanding, and some get the wire wheel brush, I have a few pictures of last weeks setup all the dino skulls went as well as the pumpkins.

    DSCN3146 by Brian Harnett, on Flickr

    DSCN3142 by Brian Harnett, on Flickr

    DSCN3138 by Brian Harnett, on Flickr

    DSCN3129 by Brian Harnett, on Flickr

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    Thanks Brian!!
    Always get a boost looking at all your work and the booth
    That bench with the "fin" looking legs didn't sell at the gallery?
    Beautiful work all!
    scott
    Scott Plaisted
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