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In yew tree carve with sculpture knife.
i don t speak good
english sorry.

[ Edited by: bagauda 2013-04-22 11:58 ]

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it is a pen carve in yew tree again .

Very Nice! The expressions are very detailed for such small pieces. Great carve!

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maybe a better picture bof!!


THanX! Tikilizard

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pictures are really bad sorry
you can t see details.

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Salut !

The tikis are really good with very nice expressions.
Where do you live ?

Les tikis sont vraiment cools avec de supers expressions.
Ou habites-tu ?

Benjamin.

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j suis en savoie

Carve bigger stuff! My English is very good!

COOL STICKS!!!

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ok Tucson today i try a bigger one!

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Wow Bagauda,Lots of Excellent, Deep detail for such small pieces And for only one carving knife, WELL Done! I would really love to see some photos of a piece being done so we could watch the process and see how you do this so well. Thanks for sharing and WELCOME to TC :)

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I use a file to.
but i never work with elecricity.
So no dremel or think like this.

Very nice. I enjoy the small carves. Keep posting.

Very cool Bagauda! Who else thinks these would be great pendants?

Deee-anggg those are small. I'm definitely up for seeing some BIGGER ones!!! Nice mini craftsmanship there.

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i carve a bigger one with ash tree.

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Nice start on your tiki - can't wait to see it done. Look at that view you have! WOW.

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it is the french alpes near mont blanc.

it s late but you can see le mont charvin

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Impressionnant ! Better than my first tikis.

Benjamin.

Nice chops and a beautiful view!

You've got some confident deep cuts going there and crisp lines.

Ash is a challenging wood, but it looks like you are handling it well.

Its great to see all the different places that Polynesian Pop Culture has spread to!
Keep up the good work!

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Great start! I agree with Lake confident deep cuts going on.

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Now i carved the tooth.
very hard wood

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WoW ! Sweetness this guy is very cool. NICE WORK!

Whats the story on the red guy?

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in the beginning i am ispired by an celtic sculpture.
it is an very old monsters and legend from the celtic france (gaule)
but i like to mixed with other styles cultures (polynesian,and amerindian)
it is the vouivre or tarasque

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this one in stone is the real one found in a very old celtic sanctuary of south of france.

You need to host a chop at your place. I'll bring rum cake!!

Excellent head. The large tiki is very unique - i love it. Are you going to carve a body?

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[ Edited by: bagauda 2013-04-22 11:59 ]

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[ Edited by: bagauda 2013-04-22 12:07 ]

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Stone with celtic "gaulois" style

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And now you're a stone carver! Nice job man of "haute savoie"! What kind of tool for this ?

Wow!! i missed this post some how? Love your work.
Great detail and expressions Welcome and I'm sure
your going to be a fun post to watch.

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[ Edited by: bagauda 2013-04-22 12:04 ]

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you do some mighty fine work bagauda. great detail in the faces. and so small as well. with that much detail i thought the pieces were much larger.

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bagauda, Just had to say that the expressions on your little tiki's are just amazing! The detail, crisp lines and perfect protrayal of physiognomy features makes one to think that they are almost real........ or to put it another way - sweeeeet!

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Very nice! you have a real talent there.

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always small pieces in yew tree

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Chess

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pierre et bois, stone and wood, very nice work! I see on your blog what we have some common interest (Mermet)... I realy impress by the detail on this so small yew tree head...

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Great small stuff Bagauda, You tree may have lots of that stuff but My tree is Empty? :) You are getting some nice tight detail on your pieces, Well done!

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FINI!

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oh wow very nice!

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Gorgeous!

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i try to carve stone from my region savoie france
without electricity see my drill

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you carved those pieces with THAT drill? damn! learning from your ancestors i presume. excellent work, they must have taken you a long time to do. beautiful stuff.

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