Whittling and carving Picture and discussion thread

Discussion in 'Other Skills' started by GreyOne, Oct 8, 2014.

  1. theknuck

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    Carved on the top of my walking stick. Took a torch to it. It's a start.
     
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    Excellent work Kamagong!
     
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    Little guitar
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    Frost River!
    maybe not
     
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    subscribing! lots of fun ideas here
     
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    this is a great quick kids craft. thanks for the post
     
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  10. kcardwel

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    just got back from a week's campout with some friends and one guy gave me this for teaching him some fire craft. I will treasure it since he has had it for a long time and meant a lot to him but he gave it to me.
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  11. Gerald_G

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    I carved some letters on the front of planter boxes I am building for my wife.

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    Here is the finished product.

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    Wood Spirit Walking Stick

    Here's a wood spirit walking stick I did for one of my grandsons a little while back:

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    Got some paint on a little hiker. He looks a little crazy, so he needs a good name. I'm thinking Maniacal Pete, but I'm open to suggestions. :)

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    Hatchet Jack.
     
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    Lol. Thats apt considering he carries a hatchet with no mask. He is named. :)
     
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    I know this about us carving but had to show this; a gift from a fisherman friend for helping him get a knife. It is totally out of wood.
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    Very cool K.
     
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    wish I had his talent...by the way...really liking that pure tung oil
     
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    Me too! Glad you like it bud, it does a great job for me and is all I use.
     
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    Growing up, I had the good fortune of watching and learning a little from my uncle who, in his day, carved pieces for museums in Canada. His pieces were quickly snatched up, but I inherited this tom. It still motivates me to learn and improve. I would love to hear about your mentors and motivations.

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    Flat plane litte fisherman not having much success :)

    (Background painting compliments of my 10 year old daughter)

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    I really need to learn how to paint.

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    I don't have much that I've whittled. I've given all of it away to nieces and nephews
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    I do a combination of whittling and wood burning
     
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    I love all of your spoons , that are just beautiful !
     
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    Reading this thread put me in the mood , so I had to whittle a little spoon ! FUN ! 20160731_011718.jpg 20160731_011730.jpg
     
  26. Exy

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    I have got t find some softer woods around here.

    When it cools down from the 107 plus 60% humidity, going to make a wood collecting trek and explore my land deeper.

    Amazing work guys!
     
  27. Gerald_G

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    I tried following Doug's video on making a bear, here are the results.

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    There's some really talented people on here. This is about the extent of my whittlin'.
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    This is the type of stuff I normally do. I've posted these pics in another thread, but since they were already in my photobucket album I thought I'd throw them in too.
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    Made a second bear sitting around the campfire Sat. What a great way to spend some leisure time.

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    Mostly miniatures
    My Esee 4, Cold Steel Secret Edge, X-acto knife.
    I usually leave my pieces unfinished
    Most of my pieces just sit around on my counter, I give some away.
    I carve a large verity of animal figurines so there really is no far out one. I did whittle a rose once.
    What I have pics of on my phone:

    A carrot spirit:
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    Not sure if I've posted this before, or not. My avatar, a wood axe Wood Axe II.JPG
     
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    My first rooster attempt. It was lots of fun and makes a great whittling project.
    I gotta work on the tail feathers tho :)

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  34. Gerald_G

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    I am interested in carved wood signs, so I am starting with a small indoor sign for a kitchen.
    Lumber yard cedar (western red I assume) and the eggs are Manitoba Maple (Box Elder) (Acer negundo).

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    I am planning on some paint on this one, so there is more progress to come still.
     
  35. Gerald_G

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    Here is the "done" sign.

    Crackled paint on chicken and "Fresh".
    Oiled background and maple eggs.
    Added chicken wire fence borders.

    size. 7.25" - 18.5cm by 22 1/4" - 56.5cm

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    IMG_5025.JPG IMG_5026.JPG IMG_5024.JPG Hand carved over door transom boards and 1/4 scale VLCC ship's name board
     
  37. Gerald_G

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    I like it SeaCapt. I recently picked up a used book on nautical carving.
    May not be much call for it these days, but I find it interesting enough to read the book.

    Shipcarver's Handbook
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    Wooden Boat
    1988 0-937822-14-0
     
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    A handle for a cane I carved in high school. Rawr! Bear!

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    And two little guys, about an inch tall, keep me company. The elephant has four separate legs! Carving tools were definitely used in all three of these carvings.

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    That Turkey is amazing. My grandfather was a surgeon who carved birds in his retirement. He was quite good at it and his wife painted them, I really wish I had gotten some of his tools or some of his carvings. Barron Brown got me addicted to carving bowls and spoons this spring at the Piedmont Earthskills Gathering this spring.
     
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    I was lucky to get the one piece after his passing. I hope you can locate one of your grandfather's pieces. It is one of my prized possessions, given the type of man he was.
     
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    I may get one of his pieces one day.

    You must have had a deep affection for your uncle.

    I wish I had a closer relationship with my grandfather. My grandmother and I were always close. I really wish I had known my Grandfathers parent's. That would haVE BEEN INTERESTING. Opps, caps lock.

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    I started whittling little people just a couple of weeks ago, these are no 2, 3 and 4.
    The little bald old geezer is 2 inches high and the farmer is 5 inches high.
     
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    I carved this Santa ornament for my Grandson to hang on his tree. He is two years old and is really having fun with his Christmas tree this year.

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    been home sick, so decided to whittle a chicken stick :)

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    Started working on an egg/spherical object for whittling practice that's very generic, but that's mainly an excuse to bump this cool thread back up to the front page of this subforum.
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    My interpretation of Boo Radly's soap carvings of Jem and Scout Finch. A cousin asked me to make these as she was reading To Kill a Mockingbird in class.

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    A ball as per the ongoing 5th One Knife Challenge

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    A little man I carved today based on a tutorial from @BushTramp
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    My attempt at the Three Bears

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