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    John Wayne.

    This was a fantastic pattern to cut of the great John Wayne.

    I have used Cedar for the pattern and Yew for the frame.
    Cedar is a fantastic wood to cut and smells great. This was cut with a Hegner and Olson 2/0r blade.

    I just need to add a few coats of Danish oil and John will be ready for the wall.

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    Very nice Paul you show great skill when scrolling. Ts something I would ike to do but can’t because of lack of sight.
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    Great job, Paul. You've captured the big man's pose well.
    The backing board really sets your picture off.
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    Well done Paul. That's the best John Wayne pattern I have seen. The frame is a nice touch. Huge Wayne fan. I would cut this in a heart beat. Share your source?
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    Also a fan of the man and the cutting man Paul. Occasionally an old film will be shown ,when he appears to feature John I settle back to enjoy.This typical pose is satisfying to me.Using moving pics to illustrate is beaut mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Q View Post
    Well done Paul. That's the best John Wayne pattern I have seen. The frame is a nice touch. Huge Wayne fan. I would cut this in a heart beat. Share your source?
    Thank you Terry,
    Here is a link to the pattern maker.


    Quote Originally Posted by Penpal View Post
    Also a fan of the man and the cutting man Paul. Occasionally an old film will be shown ,when he appears to feature John I settle back to enjoy.This typical pose is satisfying to me.Using moving pics to illustrate is beaut mate.

    Kind regards Peter.
    Thanks Peter,
    Totally agree on the pose.

    Cheers,Paul

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Q View Post
    Well done Paul. That's the best John Wayne pattern I have seen. The frame is a nice touch. Huge Wayne fan. I would cut this in a heart beat. Share your source?
    Hi Terry,
    Kris Martinson is the pattern maker. If you scroll down the link you will find a post from Kris with his email and some details.
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    Well done Paul great likeness.

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    Brilliant stuff, I have a scroll saw that's only gathering dust rather than making it.

    Love what you do Paul, shows a lot of what can be achieved.
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    Another very impressive project Paul, you are an expert. Thanks for sharing.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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