During my summer hollydays in the Canadian Rockies, I saw a woodden
puzzle that I would like to find the pattern :
It is a wild scene : deers, wolves (maybe also horses ?) whose
particularity was to include the "smaller animals" between the feets
of the larger ones ...
It was a simple pattern (# 10 pieces) but was highlighted by the
choice of a beautiful woodden sheet.
If any of you knows this pattern, it would be great to send me a
drawing at :
jean-yves DOT seyler AT cnes DOT fr
Thanks for your help :-)
Greetings and Salutations....
On 30 Aug 2004 08:46:00 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (JYS) wrote:
scrollsaw the thing out...Hope so...
Probably your quickest answer would be to go online
and spend a bit of time in images.google.com, finding pictures
of various animals. I suggest finding ones that are more or
less side-on (which should not be too difficult). Grab the
pictures and use almost any paint program to adjust their
sizes and lay them out on a sheet of paper the appropriate
size. Print off the pattern and adhere it to the wood,
then, cut away.
Alternatively, you could get a children's coloring
book dealing with many animals - maybe a visit to the zoo?
Scan that into a computer, or use a copying machine to
adjust the sizes of the images to fit your needs, then,
adhere a copy of the pattern to the wood, and cut away.
There is more than one way to skin a cat.
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