Garage news: mini hagn underway

Lee

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I’ve got a good start on this one. Just a tad bit more than a weekend project.
 

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Another great piece from "THE GARAGE!!!" Your talent in all mediums is really showing. Thanks for the views.
 

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Thank you everyone.

Mitch, Reto Buehler did the stock and metal.
 

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Lee,
This is amazing. What techniques are you using for carving the stock. Rotary tools, woodcarving tools in an engraving handpiece or a combination of tools?
 

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Thank you everyone for the kind comments.

Stock carving is quite fun. I wish it was more popular in America. I do most of the work with simple wood carving tools in a magnum hand piece. A rotary tool works well for background removal especially if one wants go deep or is working a tight area. I also use punches-the same ones I use for metal sculpting- to compress wood fibers for additional shaping. Bottom line......whatever it takes.
 

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Thank you everyone for the kind comments.

Stock carving is quite fun. I wish it was more popular in America. I do most of the work with simple wood carving tools in a magnum hand piece. A rotary tool works well for background removal especially if one wants go deep or is working a tight area. I also use punches-the same ones I use for metal sculpting- to compress wood fibers for additional shaping. Bottom line......whatever it takes.
Thank you for this information.
Phil
 

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