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Paul Bird

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Hi, thought I'd add a couple of photos of some more toys that I've made.  The vintage biplane is made from red oak and pine to get the contrasting colours. It's finished with a non-toxic tung oil product, the same as you'd use on wooden chopping boards. The two cars are made from some scrap pine and the driver in the sports car is lathe turned from a piece of 1 inch dowel. The cars are finished with Cynthia's non-toxic paste.

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Rip Snorter & Gangsta Car Toy from the book Snazzy Toys for Scrollsawers

Middle: Scroll Saw Magic 1927 Bi-Plane

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osni chioveto

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Parabéns Paul, ótimo trabalho
Você é caprichoso, está no caminho certo.
Um abraço
Osni


Congratulations Paul, great job 
You are capricious, is on track. 
a hug 
Osni
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Paul great work they look fantastic, especially love the plane.
Thanks for showing Roly 

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Paul
These look great thanks for posting and for the detailed descriptions.
The contrasting wood tones of the wood used on the Bi-Plane work well together.
Super expression on the driver's face.
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I like the contrasting red oak/pine combo there Paul. Very smart looking, mate [thumb]
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