View Full Version : A couple of decoys I have carved.
09-26-2003, 06:03 PM
Here is a couple of decoys that I have carved. The drake mallard is the 2nd bird I have ever carved and the hen is the 3rd. I have some more pic's but because I'm so puter handicapped I can't seem to get them on here. Had to have my son come in and do this one and he had to take off so I could'nt get the rest on here.
Man, it sucks being computer stupid
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09-26-2003, 07:09 PM
That red X is awesome:ST: how did you get those angles on the lines so perfect:ST: :ST: :ST: :ST:
09-26-2003, 08:25 PM
Ok, the pic is coming up for me.....can anybody else see them???
Skeet in NZ
09-26-2003, 08:45 PM
no!!!!!!!!!! love the red X:Art: :Art:
09-26-2003, 09:17 PM
Well damn.....back to the drawing board I go. Wait until I tell my 19 yr old computer wiz kid that he screwed up.:uh: :uh: :CL:
09-27-2003, 03:34 PM
The white is good too!
Hey Jossie -
Looks like you didn't load the pics onto a website. They are still on your hard drive on your computer. That's why only you can see them. What you need to do is -
1. Go to the "create new post" or "post reply" screen.
2. Type whatever message you want.
3. Scroll down to right below where you're typing you message. There's a button that says "Browse". It's in the same row as "attach file", which is under the smilies list.
4. Click on "browse", and find the file for the picture that you want to post. Click on "open", and the name of the file will appear in the box next to the "browse" button.
However, what I would recommend doing is to first load the pictures on a website, then click on "IMG" above where you type a message and then typ the address of the picture on the internet into the box that pops up. When you attach a file using the "browse" button, it basically saves the picture to Cliff's server. I'm sure it's designed to handle it, but over time it will slow it down and use up memory.
Hope this helps!
09-28-2003, 07:24 AM
Well ready to see them when you get them posted. I have been debating about trying my hand at carving but seems like I always have something to do. Sure would be sweet to shoot alimit of mallards over something you have made:Art: Good luck with the pics I still don't know how to do it and have to have my woman friend do it for me:ST:
09-29-2003, 10:01 AM
Hey Coby, thanks for the info. I gave up and sent a couple of pic's to Yellowlab and he is going to post them for me. Hopefully!! Thanks Chad!!
So you guys like my red x's, huh. I just want you to know that it did take alot of time to carve those and I got the color scheme from Flipper......that man know's his red x's. I'm just hopeing I can pull some other red x's with them.:uh: BS: BS: :cool:
Ryan, give it a try, I think you would really enjoy it, but let me warn you.....it is very addicting!!!
09-29-2003, 07:45 PM
Yea I will probably give it a try after the season is over this year. How long do you have in one decoy?
10-17-2003, 04:18 PM
I carve decoys as well, but havent carved for years....would love to see your pics......I sent some of mine in as well.....good luck, and have fun!!!
10-18-2003, 06:13 AM
Drake 2137, look farther down on the forum you will see a post by Yellowlab "Jossie's decoys" and you can see what a great job he did.:Rich:
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