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  • kiri
    Meditating Wizard
    This is a lime wood piece. There are some large Lime trees on the street in front of my house. Sometimes branches and twigs fall onto the ground. When I see them, I pick them up, and carve.

    Tool used were the Mora 120 and Stubai mini palm set.
    Yesterday, 06:37 PM
  • Ogee
    Optional grip for chip carving
    Just took the plunge at MyChipCarving, subscribing and purchasing Marty Leenhouts' knives. With my small hands, I'm finding the grip he recommends awkward. I know, the more I practice, the more comfortable it'll get but I still want to inquire about any other possible grips....
    Yesterday, 05:42 PM
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    Buddy the Bird Watcher
    The Spring migration is in full swing up here on the East Coast Of Canada, and this year we have been fortunate enough to get a few " rare" birds along with the usual ones due to some storms that steered some strangers our way.I can't walk like I used to so I do most of my birding either looking...
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