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Old 03-27-2009, 12:46 PM
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Default first 2 trys at chainsaw carving

They are kinda rough but always wanted to try chainsaw carving.

Need some help with getting the proportions right... any good tips ?
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Default Re: first 2 trys at chainsaw carving

you are on the right track. each one get a little better as you go. have some refrence photos to look at when you are carving. I am still learning myself.
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Default Re: first 2 trys at chainsaw carving

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They are kinda rough but always wanted to try chainsaw carving.

Need some help with getting the proportions right... any good tips ?
get a figurine to look at draw side pose then carve out .then go to front pose taper down to correct proportions.
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