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    Default First work

    Ok I've written a few words and drawn some lines but this is my first go at trying some technique.

    I'll admit it is a bit rough. It is a rush job probably about 90 minutes work.


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    Probably should have mentioned. Made the boomerang as well from a natural bend in a branch.

    It is shaped to 'fly and return' with foils or whatever you call that leading edge thing. It is for a right handed throw.

    When it returns it can be a lethal weapon as it tends to land within a 6m radius and not unusual to have one end speared into the ground (or foot if it is in the way)


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    Great job. great idea for practising those different techniques.

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