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Old 10-18-2011, 12:40 PM
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Hello guys and gals here is a pirate ship trying to be pulled out of cedar...

on a side note cutting the mast and sails w/ the chainsaw will not be put in any safety manual... those 2 masts were not fun at all using the husky 350, one of the sails cracked when being shaped with the grinder fitted with a carbide donut disc i couldnt even see the piece i just heard it hit the wall...

the fish is poplar w/ gunstock minwax on it
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Pretty cool looking pirate ship there.
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she's a beauty, like the fish too
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Nice carving! I like the scene with "Moby Angel" about to attack.
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thanks guys

claude your funny it took a minute but i got it.... haha .. hollywood will probably take your idea and make a movie called "Attack of Killer Angelfish"

getting ready to put the rope nets (made from cedar) on and will probably add some more sails
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nice looking ship!! Gotta love the cedar, beautiful wood.
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aarg...that's a mighty fine looking pirate ship!
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did a little more to the ship, was going to outfit the ship with cannons but havnt gotten that far and did make a life boat that i put on board yet...
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That is exceptional work. Very inspirational. I am waiting to find the right large project for our outdoor deck.

It will not be a ship but your project is telling me to think wider than what I have narrowed my thinking to.

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Good boat. I need garden works.
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