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    I am in the process of creating some line-art patterns from my old designs/drawings. I completed one this afternoon.

    It is simple abstract leaf design I created virtually when I first began, and I created the line art for it today.
    I will be putting up a few of them as they are completed, on to my site for saving as a free pattern, that may be useful for practice or creating keepsake items for friends or family.

    The one I created today is a design for a square coaster using an abstract leaf design. I made these way back, and, still own some and have used them daily for around ten years now.

    http://sunlionpyro.weebly.com/files-page.html

    Just L-Click the Image, then R-Click and use the - Save Image As - Option.
    An early example pic next to it shows one way to shade it, but they can be shaded many ways and have colour added to them.

    If you do save a copy, then I hope you enjoy burning it.

    I will probably have a few more free patterns available as I start adding more to my files. Though of course not all my designs will be available for download ;p

    (Second Image now posted)


    Steve
    Last edited by Sunlion; 12-28-2013, 11:30 AM.
    The Journey Is Everything.
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  • #2
    Re: Pattern

    Hi Steve,
    When I try your link, I get the 404 error.
    Don W
    EDIT It's OK Steve I downloaded both files from your sunlion-pyrography page
    Last edited by donwatson; 09-11-2014, 03:31 PM.

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    • #3
      Re: Pattern

      No worries Don, hope they make for a nice decorative project. I never did get around to doing more >.<

      My Pyro is sidelined for a wee while atm as I am looking for employment >.<

      Enjoy

      Steve
      The Journey Is Everything.
      http://www.sunlion-pyrography.co.uk/

      My Pyro Community

      https://plus.google.com/+SteveWright-sunlion/posts

      https://www.facebook.com/SunlionPyro...?ref=bookmarks

      Manchester UK

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      • #4
        Re: Pattern

        Hi Steve,
        May I wish you very good luck in your search for employment. I am sure you will find something soon.
        I am about to start the LS Irish Dragonette chessboard to go with the chess set I am making and I can't seem to find a piece of suitable Plywood. Have you any ideas ? It needs to be around 650mm x 450mm.
        take care
        Don W
        PS i think Frieke did one a while ago
        EDIT I purchased a piece of 6.5mm Malaysian Ply, 2440mm x 1220mm for the princely sum of 13.20.
        This included the cutting of 2 pieces from it at the size I wanted.
        Last edited by donwatson; 09-16-2014, 01:09 PM.

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        • #5
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          hehe, sry not visited in a while Don. Sounds like a bargain to me. definately something to be said in buying full sheets. Not seen malaysian ply, you will have to let us know about it, ie hard/soft - light/dark. - knotty/clean etc. ;p
          The Journey Is Everything.
          http://www.sunlion-pyrography.co.uk/

          My Pyro Community

          https://plus.google.com/+SteveWright-sunlion/posts

          https://www.facebook.com/SunlionPyro...?ref=bookmarks

          Manchester UK

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          • #6
            Re: Pattern

            Hi Steve,
            Any luck on the job front
            I seem to have a huge amount of wood left over.
            I have sanded the piece I am using to 600 grit.
            I also sanded the practice piece and the piece I cut to do the Dragonette before tackling the large board.
            The ply takes a very smooth finish at that grit and it is quite smooth when burning but it is a bit harder than the Birch faced ply from Great Art.
            I don't get a lot of time at the moment but I will post some pics. when I can.

            take care
            Don W

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            • #7
              Re: Pattern

              Thanks for the info Don. Sounds good to me in that it is quite hard and sands smooth (sometimes I prefer the softer, sometimes the harder so good to know).

              No joy yet work-wise, still checking daily. Looking for something part-time and fairly local (part-time and longer distance travel expenses don't quite add up ) anything will do, say 20 hours a week max, driving but not multi-drop (7 years of that nearly saw me off Lol) or even shelf stacking, days. mornings, evenings or nights not fussed, warehouse, even caring.

              They do come up now and again, just have to be patient then jump on them when they pop! hehe.
              Put in for a few but no joy as yet.


              Steve
              The Journey Is Everything.
              http://www.sunlion-pyrography.co.uk/

              My Pyro Community

              https://plus.google.com/+SteveWright-sunlion/posts

              https://www.facebook.com/SunlionPyro...?ref=bookmarks

              Manchester UK

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              • #8
                Re: Pattern

                HI Steve,
                You just have to keep trying, something will turn up.
                I will post some pics when I have something to show.

                take care
                Don W

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                • #9
                  The only thing that comes from clicking on the link is a 404 message.

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