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Thought you might like to see the process of carving angels in one picture.
These are all at different stages of carving from start to finish.
From right to left -
4. outline of angel drawn on block
3. Used a V chisel to mark out lines to cut in and start the rounding process
2.The majority roughly carved
1. Finished. Light wash of paint and stain then sealed

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You are certainly one accomplished woodworker Theresa, thank you.
 

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You make it look too easy ;-)
 

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Neat and informative.

Tried carving once of a herd of elephants… finished up with 4 figurines looking identical to your right hand treasure,
 

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Very interesting thanks for posting this.
 

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Thanks Teresa. I tried caving a bluejay once and it was unrecognizable as a bird!!

Cheers, Jim
 

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Nicely done, your skills keep getting better and better.
 

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Excellent tutorial - shows the major steps quickly and simply.

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Very cool to see the progression so clearly.
 

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Realy cool presentation
 
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