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Rescude a dog yesterday...

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Found him trapped in a big pine log so I grabbed the chainsaw and set him free!:biggrin:

I'll clean him up today and give him a quick grooming before he gets his hair and nails done.

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If you ever run out of animal figures to carve, do a sculpture of your chainsaw. :taunt: That would be pretty cool. I definitely think differently from most folks. :rolleyes:

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Thanks guys!

I got a big one coming up from that beech I cut down the other day.

Took me two hours to roll this thing through the snow 30yds to my carving pit. Suckers gotta be 300lbs or more at least!

I got an idea of what I'd like to do with this one, but it's gonna take one more roll to get the fat end on top, and unfortunately I'm a one man show.

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You're one creative MOFO Matt!! :imsohappy:

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Wonderful looking doggie, but he really doesn't look to happy to be there....Might not like your dog chow. Send him my way.....

Is he painted, or do you flame him (is that the term...use a torch for the coloring?)

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3 minutes ago, Daveboone said:

Wonderful looking doggie, but he really doesn't look to happy to be there....Might not like your dog chow. Send him my way.....

Is he painted, or do you flame him (is that the term...use a torch for the coloring?)

Thanks!

I burn and stain most all of them, then seal with a spar varnish. I'm not too slick with paints so I try to avoid that whenever I can. 


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Another awesome piece Matt! I really like this one! Looks like I should throw him a bone! 

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On 12/6/2018 at 12:56 PM, wooly said:

Thanks guys!

I got a big one coming up from that beech I cut down the other day.

Took me two hours to roll this thing through the snow 30yds to my carving pit. Suckers gotta be 300lbs or more at least!

I got an idea of what I'd like to do with this one, but it's gonna take one more roll to get the fat end on top, and unfortunately I'm a one man show.

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Whatcha got hiding in there?

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