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post #1 of 5 Old 08-28-2020, 05:44 AM Thread Starter
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Hell dragon on a wooden painting

I have some pictures from a project carved in wood. It was an image of ferocious dragons

I will share these images for everyone to see
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wow - again very impressive craftsmanship !!
I am only "assuming" that you do not have a computerized CNC in your shop ??

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wow - again very impressive craftsmanship !!
I am only "assuming" that you do not have a computerized CNC in your shop ??

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that right!
All patterns are designed on computers. Then we sketch it out on paper in 1: 1 aspect ratio. Based on that we proceed to carve patterns. That is why our handicrafts are so expensive. There are projects that go up to millions of dollars and produce for many years
Next time I will show you the drawings on paper
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I am curious to know who buys your beautiful carved projects? Are the customers only in Vietnam? Are they all in the local region, like China? All over the world?
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I am curious to know who buys your beautiful carved projects? Are the customers only in Vietnam? Are they all in the local region, like China? All over the world?
Most of the customers are in Vietnam, A few years ago there was one customer from America
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