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Fish sculpture made from soft wood.

I can see all the little bits that need sanding in this photo.  I’ll get back to it.  This is a very simple assemblage I hope to finish this week as a mobile.  I need to drill some very fine holes into it for the fishing line (how apt) so please wish me luck as I am not sure if this wood will split.  Each fish has taken two to three hours to complete probably because I am learning and do not have the right tools.  I like learning from mistakes – generally the lessons stick.ffff

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Posted by Anne Warren Art on January 11, 2016
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  1. 01/11/2016

    Ohhh love the stingray! Keep going these are lovely!

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    • 01/12/2016

      Thanks Leonie. I put it all together and then it got into a massive tangle. I’m famous for untangling things but not this time. I changed the thread to string, used the tiniest crochet hook to drag it through the wood and it worked. I didn’t want the tangle to happen again so I took a few elements out and made it a bit shorter. Hope you think it looks ok.

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      • 01/12/2016

        Looking forward to seeing the final result.

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