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Superb Ed, do you have steel rods supporting the wings???
Thats some wing span!!!!

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I really like that!
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Awesome!

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Hi Edgard,

I'd call this more than a horse. Great carving.
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Beautiful carving, fits right into the land scape.

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Excellent carving.

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Hi Edgard, you should be real proud of that one as the horse is very proportional looking & has the emotion of power! Keep up the great art!
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Thank You for the comments, the wings are inserted about 6 inches into the body, and reinforced with 2 screws. I have to say that I was very nervous doing this carving, it was a big log and I was afraid of ruining it. Edgard.
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Looks great thanks for showing, I have another horse carving that I want to do.
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