Posts from the ‘Mammals’ Category

*Gene Webb’s Beginner’s Lesson on Carving a Mammal


Renowned “Lifetime” Woodcarver/Teacher Gene Webb, from the Townsend TN area offers instructions on carving animals, Part 1

Oct. 5, 2013 ¬† Since I’m very interested in beginning my first “Mammal” carving project, Gene Webb comes to mind as a good source of information on technique. Hopefully, I will find additional contributions of this kind by Gene.

Wilflife is for Carving, Bill

Bald Eagle #3

Bald Eagle #3

*Timber Wolves


 

Wildlife is for Carving,  Bill

Bald Eagle #3

Bald Eagle #3

*Canadian Lynx, An Amazing Predator


Since my recent decision to begin carving mammals, as well as wild-fowl, I’ve narrowed my first probable projects down to probably include the Red Fox, the Chip-monk and the Lynx. The whole idea has continued to gain traction with me. Let’s see what comes of it. As previously mentioned, oh, so many times, I’ve quite a back-log of unfinished bird carvings to get on with.

Wildlife is for Carving, Bill

Bald Eagle #3

Bald Eagle #3

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