Last Reindeer post till next Christmas.....I swear!! (Pic heavy)
  Re: RE: Last Reindeer post till next Christmas.....I swear!! (Pic heavy) by JimBob327 (sorry, don't think t...)
(12-30-2018, 12:48 AM)JimBob327 Wrote: sorry, don't think that the LOML would like me giving way Her herd.


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  Re: Last Reindeer post till next Christmas.....I swear!! (Pic heavy) by NoTalentRookie (I mentioned in one o...)
Howdy
Well,  I see the forum change did loose a bunch of this thread. Along with the
view all your post feature.
Upset    I had a bunch of pic. of previous builds, I see are gone.
I also had posted drawings of my reindeer version.

I probley have most of them some where. Maybe I can go on a post whoring spree & post them.

I miss the +1  days,   or maybe not.

Here's a link to plans for the reindeer, NTR's  version  anyway reindeer on the inner web

Bob
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  Re: RE: Last Reindeer post till next Christmas.....I swear!! (Pic heavy) by JimBob327 (Howdy Well,  I see ...)
(12-31-2018, 02:59 AM)JimBob327 Wrote: Maybe I can go on a post whoring spree & post them.

I miss the +1  days,   or maybe not.



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  Re: Last Reindeer post till next Christmas.....I swear!! (Pic heavy) by NoTalentRookie (I mentioned in one o...)
just seeing if I could bump this back to the fron

Bob
Well, you know how we are out here in the West. Cowboys, Indians and Whores. That's about it.     MontainWood 1 / 28 / 14
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  Re: Last Reindeer post till next Christmas.....I swear!! (Pic heavy) by NoTalentRookie (I mentioned in one o...)
Yep ................
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  Re: Last Reindeer post till next Christmas.....I swear!! (Pic heavy) by NoTalentRookie (I mentioned in one o...)
This year's herd (to add to my of my favorite threads)...is from a Maple tree that we had taken down from my parents house about 15 years ago.  Giving four reindeer to each of my brothers...the two Walnut deer go to my wife to add to herd from her late Father's wood collection.

Early in the process...followed by where they stand today - one more coat of wax and they'll be ready to be sent.


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  Re: Last Reindeer post till next Christmas.....I swear!! (Pic heavy) by NoTalentRookie (I mentioned in one o...)
You sure have this down to a science!
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  Re: Last Reindeer post till next Christmas.....I swear!! (Pic heavy) by NoTalentRookie (I mentioned in one o...)
That's a good sized herd you got there. I made a bunch of these around 10 years ago.  At some point I misplaced the template and forgot all about them after that. Ran across it again last year and made a few more. I guess it's time to dig around the shop to find it again and add to the herd.
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  Re: RE: Last Reindeer post till next Christmas.....I swear!! (Pic heavy) by Terry W (That's a good sized ...)
(11-15-2021, 08:48 AM)Terry W Wrote: That's a good sized herd you got there. I made a bunch of these around 10 years ago.  At some point I misplaced the template and forgot all about them after that. Ran across it again last year and made a few more. I guess it's time to dig around the shop to find it again and add to the herd.

Not a great pic, but here's the small family herd I made a couple years ago. Walnut from my grandfather's wood stash. I have a bunch more I need to make this year.

   

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