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  1. Indian Warrior

    I made this JGR Indian brave for my daughter-in-law and my step grandson for Xmas. I used Oak, Sycamore, Walnut, Ebony, Yellowheart, Cherry, Aspen, Aromtic Red Cedar, Poplar, Red Elm, Mahogany with a Sycamore frame.
  2. A wooden figure of the knight

    A wooden figure of the knight, inspired by the history of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. 125 mm, basswood, danish oil, wax
  3. The Ulfhednar v.#2

    Another attempt to make the figure Ulfhednara. It turned out plump and solid. The way to escape from the delightful dogs. Material - basswood. I plan to continue mini-series Vikings their several figures
  4. The teutonic knight

    Little warrior is made from a piece of chestnut that it was a pity to throw away. Turned quickly and funny
  5. ancient coat of arms "Pahonia"

    This is ancient symbol of bravery, honor and strength. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pahonia
  6. Ulfhednar

    The legendary warrior of the North, the wolf man - ulfhednar. Made from hazel. As the option is part of a set of chess Hnefatafl
  7. Wooden Viking

    Happy new year! The first figurine in the new year. The second Viking from the mini set. Want to make a Earl and a few warriors.
  8. a wooden Viking Earl

    After the previous post I want to add a figure of a Viking Jarl. In a couple of days I promise to present a harsh but beautiful lady
  9. Warrior CNC carving

    A model I got for a few bucks on ebay a while ago I finally found time to carve. After carving I applied 2 coats of shellac, then covered it in brown oil paint and wiped the excess off with a mineral spirits soaked ragged. The paint gives it a lot more depth than simply leaving it plain would...
  10. Native American Indian Warrior The Dance Picture

    Measurement of this picture are 19×19.5", matted with black mat. The frame is painted with brown fleck stone paint. The picture itself if made of 1/8" baltic birch. This picture was cut from a pattern made by Jeff Zaffino.
  11. Warrior Wood-burning

    This was my school logo.
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