7 Layer Wolf

So happy for holidays because that means I get to spend some extra time on the computer and GF.

My 7 Layer Wolf is 8.5" wide and 6.6" in height.
I used Walnut, Mahogany and Maple plywood for the pictures shown.

I’ve included both designs for both 1/8" and 1/4" wood. Only difference between the 2 files is the holes located in the stand.

Instructions for cut, engraving, power and speed are located in the purchased files.

Enjoy. :slight_smile:

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You do beautiful work.

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It’s lovely :heart:

Am I blind or are there no tiny creatures in this one?

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Lol, next time. :slightly_smiling_face:

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Thank you very much.

The people demand tiny creatures.

Also, I’d like to give you the artistic challenge to consider… 8 layers? 6 layers? While I appreciate your 7 layer consistency, it always makes me think of the 7 layer burrito.

Actually, have you considered doing a 7 Layer Burrito design? I would buy that for the shear hilarity of it :smiley:

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Terrific work!

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What tiny creature would want to hang out with a wolf anyway :grin:

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That would be like a tiny donkey?

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Small number of segments, nearing a minimalist look. I like it.

All of your layered art is fantastic. The dinosaur is my favorite so far.

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I have a blank file set up that already has 7 art boards ready to go. I guess that’s why I keep doing 7 layered pieces. I do have a couple that are 5 though.

…sorry, no burrito in the works. Lol, but there will be tiny creatures.

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Thank you. I was thinking about doing another dinosaur in the future.

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