The second attempt to make a figure of Prince Rogvolod-the legendary ruler of Polotsk Principality. Viking invited to rule. Lived a hundred years after Ragnar Lothbrok. Material - basswood, danish oil golden oak, wax
Made two figures Odin, in the image of a warrior and a wanderer. When cut that with a spear was reading storm, thunder, tons of lightning)) Very exciting, took it as approval. Wood-cedar, 13 cm. danish oil dark walnut.
A good Sunny day is a great opportunity to arrange a photo shoot for my little Viking army. A total of 14 figurines: 3 mini sets. It took about two months. Linden and cedar material. Danish oil, wax. Immediately say something chess will not do)
In Germanic mythology, Odin is a widely revered god. In Norse mythology, from which stems most of the information about the god, Odin is associated with wisdom, healing, death, royalty, the gallows, knowledge, battle, sorcery, poetry, frenzy, and the runic alphabet, and is the husband of the...
Based on carving by @Bagushevich
http://lumberjocks.com/projects/394089 (second variant)
Used this to bribe my friend who hosted the Ninth Yule Games. Cheating is encouraged so it's fine. Also won the craftsmanship award with this so win-win.
Basswood with acrylic paint and sealant. The...
Several of my works on one stump. Odin, Thor, Freya, Viking and oneeyed stranger. Linden and cedar, 10-13 cm, stain, oil, wax. Very well fit into the landscape. Farewell to the warm autumn. Winter is coming
Right now I am in week two of constant wind/rain storms with mornings going as low as 38 degrees. My shop is not heated or insulated so I haven't been in it unless absolutely necessary. This brings up an interesting discussion idea. For those like me that have unheated shops or poorly heated...