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Making deadeyes

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Poster: wirewolf  (John)  (see this users gallery)
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Date Uploaded: Wed March 30, 2005
Dimensions: 400 x 155
Description: The last example is for heart-shape block for deadeyes. From this diagram it is self-explanatory. Shape as you want, round, or heart
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