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Yep, I've been carving pretty much every day. The jewelry making has taken a back seat for now. I'm selling just enough of it to keep on, and I'm spending most of that money on new chisels and the seldom exotic wood block. Luckily my dad had gotten a bunch of scrap wood when he was at the sawmill a while back. I have an abundance of free wood, I mean there are trees everywhere, but the good wood is worth the wear (and my time) on my equipment, plus it looks much better and brings a higher price.

I'm looking into getting a portable building/shed for a workshop so I can do this indoors (oh hell yes it will have an ac unit) along with my lapidary work, and if there's enough room, my darkroom equipment may fit(I'd just have to do film print work at night or find a way to block the light out).

The mosquitoes LOVE my blood. Seriously, I can bathe in mosquito spray and they'll find a spot. No area is off limits. I get bit on my ears, forehead neck, checks, fingers, and even my 'crack' when I don't put spray back there too. Everywhere. Anywhere.
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timothy windmiller
United States
Current Residence: texas
Favourite photographer: tony worobeic . Jerry Uelsmann . ansel adams . clyde butcher
Favourite style of art: -`'~**~'-
Operating System: macbook pro, power mac G5, Nikon D7000, Minolta srt 303
MP3 player of choice: ipod
Personal Quote: not to try is worse than death

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Dudet19 Featured By Owner 18 hours ago  Hobbyist Writer
thank you for the llama :)
Vrinda-the-Wistful Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the llama, Timothy!  :iconexcitedplz:
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DreamsOfGems Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you for the fave :)
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tablelander Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Photographer
the two artificials are Arachnid is a Daisy bush--in a pottery canoe from Bali and switchback is natural curves doweled and glued together and coated in pinebark using gluegun glue--it worked well--I made 100's of these and sold them all
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SchwarzWieEbenholZ Featured By Owner 4 days ago   Photographer
Thanks for the fav! :hug:
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