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Great pics. I think this show really went out on a limb for the foam community and in turn the foamers have thrown their support to the show also. I hope you guys conitnue to send birds to the show and support it. It's by far the best way to get your work seen by other hunters and carvers and draw more interest to that medium.
Great job guys
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Rob that BWT, I call my "Battleship Drake", will go on a shelf with a show poster hanging over it until Early Teal in September. It'll come down, get bloody and go back on the shelf. I was really happy to see it floating in that one pic, never float tested the thing
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