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Bird sculpture in wood but still learning.

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I am still a novice and taking the wood carving sessions very slow.  I used a band saw on Friday and felt great.  Loved the power.  Still working on the bird.  I’m keeping my fingers crossed that I don’t snap the tail or the beak off.  Picture of Mason my Grandson at just under four weeks of age.  XXxX

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Posted by Anne Warren Art on July 23, 2016
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  1. 07/23/2016

    Wonderful bird. Not and easy art project to take on, well done. And, Cute little grandson.

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    • 07/24/2016

      Thanks I am pushing myself and so far happy with the results. Love love Mason😊😊.

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    • 07/28/2016

      Hi Sharon, I have done a little more work on the bird – very slow going. I have woodcarving class (not really instructions) where I can ask one of the more experienced people for help. I will start making some feathers etc tomorrow.

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      • 07/28/2016

        I hope you post your progress.

  2. 07/23/2016

    Wow! That bird looks so awesome! Great work! And such a cute baby. I love his hungry caterpillar sweater 😊

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    • 07/24/2016

      Thanks I am learning and enjoying. I don’t think he has worn white or blue so much.

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    • 07/28/2016

      Thanks, still working on it. Saw little Mason today and I just want to wake him up when he is asleep. I stop myself.

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      • 07/28/2016

        Can’t wait to see it when it is all done!

  3. 07/24/2016

    Thank you so very much for showing the process. I’d like to give it a try! The grandson is so very beautiful!

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