6 Steps for Perfectly Set Eyes

By: Bill Einsig
6 Steps for Perfectly Set Eyes

Before he carves the head, Rick drills a hole through the head block and fits it with a dowel the same diameter as the eye. Then he cuts and sands the dowel section to the proper length and mounts the eyes to the ends of the dowel. Rick feels this ensures the proper distance between the eyes and symmetrical angles for each eye.

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This is just filler. We should have full access to all articles. Sync members vs non-members accounts so we (members) don't get all the chaff.

This is just an ad. Not cool. I already pay for a subscription and your company continues to harass me with your book club. If I want the books I'll purchase them. I don't want to be bled out by book clubs

Very frustrating when you are a subscriber and it doesnt let you read the article.

Where are the six steps?

Is this in a particular issue? I'm not seeing a reference to one if it is and if not where's the complete article?


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