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Thread: Crucifix carving a work in progress

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    I like the table of cedar(?) tree rings. Great use of the rings! Are you going to take it further or is this its final stage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MogulTx View Post
    I like the table of cedar(?) tree rings. Great use of the rings! Are you going to take it further or is this its final stage?
    That was a piece I was given to fill and surface for a customer, he had screwed the ceder down on a piece of plywood. I filled the gaps with body filler with black concrete powder mixed in I do not think I took pictures after I sanded and sprayed it but he was happy. He installed it on a metal base.

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    Always nice to see your work Brian.

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    Love the Dolphins(for that matter,all your Critters) Brian!!
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    Finished carving the oak one actually a while ago, it is now finished and mounted on the cross, have not taken final pics yet. The small cherry cross was an experiment with negative space I like it.





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    The finished tulip poplar one.








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    The red oak one out of old church pews the cross is reclaimed chestnut.








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    Wow! That's an amazing work of art. I'd bet that it will still be as amazing in 100 years.
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    Really beautiful Art Brian!!
    Jealous of your ability
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