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  • Randy
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    Nicely done Bob. I like the paw print on the collar.

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  • Bob K.
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    Anatomy, carving and painting are all spot on, Bob! Another cane to be proud of.

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  • woodburner807
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    Wow, one I never saw before on a walking stick, Certainly excellent carving and a nice figure...glad you shared it, Bob. Very interesting.

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  • joepaulbutler
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    Realist enough to scare any predator that you might come across will walk, well-done sir

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  • Merle Rice
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    Hi Bob , another Unique Cane , very realistic . Should be a Great Conversation starter . Well Done. Merle

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  • squbrigg
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    You have to study your model, plenty of photographs from all angles. Have to use them cause I can't get the lions to stay still when I go to see them. LOL Knowledge of the subject is critical in carving a life like version. Thanks for the feedback.

    Bob

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  • Brian T
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    You get the placement of the eyes and the slope of the bridge of the nose just right, every time.
    Careful or people will start to call you "Tripod."

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  • squbrigg
    started a topic Another new cane.

    Another new cane.

    I guess I'm on a roll, another cane finished. This time staying with the wild big cat family, a male lion. The head is carved in Cherry, the spacers Ebony and Holly, with the detail burned in and painted with acrylics.

    Bob
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