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Old 06-16-2019, 06:17 PM
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Re: Grizzly carving in yellow cedar

[quote=jonc50]This is a tool for doing some detail work which I will use to burn lines into the carving.



I've got one of those, but haven't used in, probably, 20 years. Great wood burner.
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This is a tool for doing some detail work which I will use to burn lines into the carving.



I've got one of those, but haven't used in, probably, 20 years. Great wood burner.

Mike,

I haven't used mine in a long while either. I used it on a large size snowy owl and several other carvings which I can't remember. (I think I haven't even finished the owl. I'm not sure where I purchased it but it only had two blades and I broke one of them while doing the bear.
I just looked out in one of my sheds, and found the owl. (with a grouse).

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This is an old photo with it partly painted but not the grouse.
This is my daughter that was in my last painting with a puppy several years younger, in the watercolour forum and in the portraiture forum also.

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This is the house next to my daughter with a black bear sampling the garbage.
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That can really interrupt your barbeque!
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Yikes!

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Re: Grizzly carving in yellow cedar

I still see a bear at peace, who may have just eaten a nice, juicy salmon. His eyes are wide and round, his mouth is "smiley" with a lift at the corners, his forehead isn't frowning at all - he just looks about as pleasant as a bear can manage. Nice job on the finishing. And great shots of the real bears!
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I still see a bear at peace, who may have just eaten a nice, juicy salmon. His eyes are wide and round, his mouth is "smiley" with a lift at the corners, his forehead isn't frowning at all - he just looks about as pleasant as a bear can manage. Nice job on the finishing. And great shots of the real bears!

I agree that he looks quite pleasant and all the local bear photos look perhaps slightly inquisitive.
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love It!
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