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Old 10-13-2012, 08:19 AM   #11
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And yes, it was drawn on cardboard. Did it at work while we had a lot of slow time



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Threw one together this am drinking my first cup of coffee. Been too long.



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Found this one I did at 13-14 for my late great-uncle after my first dear hunting trip.



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Does a wood carving count? See my avatar. I carved that out of Madrone (a very hard hardwood similar to Manzanita) several years ago. It was my first attempt at carving and came out very nicely.
I've always liked your avatar, I never knew it was your work though. I think that's pretty cool. Wood carving definitely counts.
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Threw one together this am drinking my first cup of coffee. Been too long.
Those are great! The deer are awesome. At 13 I was pretty much stuck on stick figures.
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Those are great! The deer are awesome. At 13 I was pretty much stuck on stick figures.
Unfortunately, I've never gotten much beyond stick figures. I've tried drawing several times in my life. They always look like a 5 year old drew them. It's just not my 'thing'.
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Unfortunately, I've never gotten much beyond stick figures. I've tried drawing several times in my life. They always look like a 5 year old drew them. It's just not my 'thing'.
I know what you mean, the pocket knife I drew is about the top of my capabilities.
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Here's one more I just did sitting here waiting for my 2 yr old to fall asleep for naptime.




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I've always liked your avatar, I never knew it was your work though. I think that's pretty cool. Wood carving definitely counts.
Thanks, it was just one of those things where I had time, a piece of wood and some knives and chisels. I've done a few other carvings but that seems to be my favorite. I did a raven out of an old fence post that turned out pretty nice. I'll have to see if I can find a picture of it.


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