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# Well, I finally got my Pyrograph instructable completed.... Answered

I published my Pyrograph instructable and although it lacks a bit of detail, I needed to get it out before I forgot where I put it :-)

Seriously though, I am going to actually try to do the horse head sketch in the -ible, and will post it on the ible when complete.

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Goodhart (author)2008-03-28

Ok, I finally got this totally finished. The last step has the finished horse bust pictured....let me know what you think

wingman246 (author)2008-03-18

this could possibly come in handy for the woods class i'm taking next year. By the way i liked the step 1 pic's note, funny, don't know why.

Goodhart (author)2008-03-19

Practice beforehand though :-)

Goodhart (author)2008-03-18

Hey, that would be great. I was hoping this was not too narrow fielded so that it wouldn't be useful. With the pic you mention, I was (attempting) to be a little lighthearted there. :-) Glad you like it.

Weissensteinburg (author)2008-03-18

The link you posted allows everyone else to edit your instructable...that's not a good thing.

Time to go read it =]

Goodhart (author)2008-03-18

Have I corrected it ?

Weissensteinburg (author)2008-03-18

Yup, all better. You posted a link from your preview page before.

Goodhart (author)2008-03-18

Thanks for the heads up, it is appreciated.

Goodhart (author)2008-03-18

Oops, how do I get a link without that problem ?

Labot2001 (author)2008-03-18

Looks good so far!

Take a look back at step 5... on your image comment, you said that the tip was "less than half an inch long (0.1 cm)"

Just wanted to point out that 1 in. = approx. 2.54 cm, so 1/2-in. would = approx. 1.27 cm, if my calculations are correct. =]

Goodhart (author)2008-03-18

yes, I misplaced the decimal point, 1.0 cm, not 0.1 is "just" smaller than half an inch. Thanks.

Brennn10 (author)2008-03-18

Wow, I have always wanted to learn how to etch pictures into wood! I will definitely be using this on the next wood project I make.

Goodhart (author)2008-03-18

I hope it is detailed enough. It takes a bit of practice sometimes, so don't get discouraged too easily :-)