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  1. Wolf in the woods

    This is called "Wolf in the woods". If you look very closely, you'll see the wolf staring right back at you from the center of the woods. Cut in Baltic birch plywood, framed in a recycled maple cabinet door sample.
  2. You're being watched (completed) : )

    I decided to try something a little different with the finish on this one, so I think some people are going to love it and others will hate it. All of my carvings so far have been stained all one color, so I thought I'd try to use the stain kind of like paint this time. I used different...
  3. You're being watched ; )

    Well, it's been a loooooong time since I've posted any projects on here…so even though I don't have the finish on this one quite figured out yet, I thought I'd go ahead and post it in it's natural state. I started on this carving back in OCTOBER of last year (if you can believe that!!). Not...
  4. Lions

    I really liked this picture, they look like they are about to go hurt something. Hate to be the object that they are stareing at! This one is hanging in my daughters den over her old worn out cedar chest. Done on oak, hard to burn on with a constant temp. burning iron, will get a blow out in...
  5. Wolves in Hiding

    It's been a while since I last posted, but I wanted to share this with you all. I did this wood burning because I have always loved wolves. You may be aware of the Special Interest Publication connected with the Woodcarving Magazine from Fox Chapel Publishing. I did an artical for this...
  6. Ghost Hunters, Wolves in the Birch

    A handcrafted 3D sculpture of two white wolves peering around white birch trees on a moonlit night. Handcrafted of cedar on a Baltic birch background and framed in red oak. The wolves and trees are finished with acrylics and the frame is finished with tung-oil polished to a high gloss. To my...
  7. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I just saw this thought you might get inspiration from it like I did.
  8. Wood & Lumber
    I am planning to build an English Garden Bench using mortise and tenon construction. Any recommendations for a wood and finish. Wanting to preserve the finish and avoid weathering.
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