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Since this hobby's inception during the 1950's, it has evolved with time. Starting across the 1960's many equipment dealers would host simple carving demonstrations at forestry expos assuring fairs as one example of the simplicity of the particular product. During the 1980's this excellent hobby received increased attention after an exhibition on the Lumberjack World Championships, which has been broadcast through the United States. Today, many new artists use the chainsaw primarily being a pre-carving tool, and finished their sculpture with smaller power carving tools and sanders. This produces a sanded wood carving which typically has more detail compared to a bit of true "chainsaw art" made using only a chainsaw. Finished pieces tend to be admired and accustomed to accentuate museums, offices, homes and street corners across the nation. We all remember traditional animation, that was carried out with hand drawn art. A group of animators illustrated and colored the photos on celluloid. The celluloid was transparent sheets, the location where the hand drawings were transferred. Each of these "cells", as they were called, were then photographed individually using a super 8 or Oxford camera. Whew ! Lots of work? Well eventually, technology has allowed animators to make use of CGI or Computer Generated Imagery to change the "painful" frustrating work of the past. Most people like Daylight Savings Time. It was originally made to give to us all an additional hour of leisure after work before sundown; later, advocates of Daylight Savings made credible claims the time-shift also saves energy, reduces crime, and even lowers the amount of motor vehicle collisions. So you'd believe that preparing Daylight Savings Time would be a political slam-dunk. But in the event the politics of Daylight Savings were works of Shakespeare, they'd be less much like the love-in of Sonnet 18?"Shall I compare thee with a summer's day?"?compared to vicious Montague vs. Capulet blood feud of Romeo and Juliet.