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Old 03-12-2010, 08:16 PM
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This is a little bear I did while back, and sort of came from a Bishop pattern, I kind of wondered what he was running from, and on closer inspection, I could see why. I'd be running too.

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Old 03-12-2010, 09:14 PM
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Like this one a lot Tom!!! The expression on their faces tells it all, thanks, enjoyed it very much.

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Great carving. Cute story.

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That's a "beary" nice job! Great expression and detail on the face! Nice scene!
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Hey Tom! I really like the action here! Very nice. No misunderstanding what is happening for sure!

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LOL! Thanks for the smile Tom!
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Tom...GREAT JOB!! That's a real cute scene and the bee is precious! Also.....I didn't miss that little "gremlin" thing hidden in the bottom of the rocks there! Nice touch, and I wonder how many noticed him! Bonnie
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Tom,
Cute carving love the expressions,made me laugh.Well done!

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Good action pose and nice hair/fur.
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This is a cute one!!
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