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  1. fawns in a winter scene

    Well I tried to paont a few pictures with some paint pens thats I purchased a few years back. They turned out to be nice prints, but not what I was really looking for. I picked up some colored pencils to see how they will turn out on a picture or two. Well here acouple prints that I used paint...
  2. A Manger

    A friend asked if I could make a manger for his daughter. The one condition was that I had to build it so that a 9 inch camel would be in proportion. I spent some time researching what a manger really looked like for that period. I built this using a standard 2×4 and then ripping it into...
  3. British Pub scene Automata

    Pub, beer, burger and chips http://www.flickr.com/apps/video/stewart.swf?v=109786
  4. "Shiloh Prairie" - Hand Carved Panoramic Scene Featuring an 1874 Shiloh Sharps Rifle

    Scanning through this site it seems there's a good mix of pro's, hobbyists, and somewhere in between … all are covered quite well. Those who do things as a hobby can take their time, often excessive time - which means some of you "amateurs" produce a level of quality and detail that those in a...
  5. Relief carving of a Mining Scene, Red Oak, or Black Ash?

    I drove a heavy equipment mining truck back in 1952 & 1953. Many years later when I viewed this scene in a photograph. It's exactly the same kind of truck I drove, a 34 ton Euclid. I thought, I'm going to try carving this scene. I had this 2" X 10" plank. I'm not sure, but I think it's Red...
  6. Woodland Bridge

    Another bridge in snow scene. I really thought it was a pretty scene, and I love the way they turn out on red cedar. This one is 11×14 1/2. I had a heck of a time trying to get a good photo of it. Lots of glare. Finally had to settle for one of them. Anyone out there have any suggestions on...
  7. The Old Woodsman scene, with a Knot converted into a Log

    This is my entry in the "A Knot Like No Other." contest. This may be an old posting, but it's one of the favorite carvings that I've done. After all of these years I still enjoy looking at it. The pattern for this carving is from a newspaper clipping. Today I found out the name of the movie...
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