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Pat B
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This is a paper mache Eastern Woodland Archer I made and donated to Twin Oaks 2 years ago for the raffle table at the Tenn. Classic...
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The bow is osage, arrows are bamboo skewers with real turkey feather 2 fletch, quiver, bag and neck knife sheath are brain tanned deer hide.

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lot of work doing all those feathers, good job bvas.

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now that's neet! pat b

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Really cool stuff!
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Musicians and artists are the people I envy most. I love these topics but have no talent. I guess there needs to be guys like me so we can appropriately "ooooohhhhh" and "aaaahhhhhh" over nice work. I wish I could afford to buy some of it. This nice stuff.

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Impressive! Absolutely zero artistic talent for me. I do take some nice pics once in awhile but don’t really consider that art.

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What he said^^^^^^^^^^ applies to me also.

Lots of talent and cool stuff in this thread!!!!

Bisch

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Pat B
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The raffle tickets at the Tenn Classic are only a dollar each. Anyone can afford that.
This year I'm working of a Native flint knapper teaching a youngster. I'll post pics when I get it completed. Last year I made a Medieval English archer with a yew bow, arrows and his full kit; sword, dagger, helmet, shield and kit bag.

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this is a walking stick I carved a while back.a buck scull on top of ot. ive made others for friends but don't have pics. one with a turkey head and one with a morel mushroom, oh and one with lady luck on top, lol!


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Nice work guys keep at it never quit.

Bill

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Beautiful work everyone! I wish I had that talent - Have you guys always been able to draw/paint/etc like this or is it something you had to develop with practice?

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Byant - really a great drawing!
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Really great art here. I love seeing what other people do.
I love the walking stick. I've made a few, but they aren't archery related, so I didn't include them.
"Beautiful work everyone! I wish I had that talent - Have you guys always been able to draw/paint/etc like this or is it something you had to develop with practice?"
I never really gave it much thought. When I wanted to try something, I just did. The first few times it might come out looking like the dog's breakfast, but it usually gets better with practice.
Dave.

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Bvas
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quote:
Originally posted by Longbowwally:
Beautiful work everyone! I wish I had that talent - Have you guys always been able to draw/paint/etc like this or is it something you had to develop with practice?

Definitely some talented folks amongst us here.
Guess I’ve always had a little natural talent when it comes to art. But like anything else, the more ya do, the better you get. I just love being able to envision something, then trying to create it.

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I like just about any kind of art. Especially those that are new and challenging.
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