Little folk art flying duck

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Doug51
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Re: Little folk art flying duck

Postby Doug51 » Sat Jun 29, 2019 3:46 am

doglegg wrote:Doug, I guess that little decoy helps me get in touch with my feminine side. :lol: :lol: ::tounge:: I like it too. I think it probably has a broad appeal. What's the next project? I'm working on a chain in a box but very slowly. Hope it turns out. ::handshake::

That sounds interesting.
Im not sure. Maybe a Canadian goose similar to this duck or a ball in a cage. I've been thinking about carving some chain links but not sure how to start on it.

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Re: Little folk art flying duck

Postby doglegg » Sat Jun 29, 2019 2:01 pm

Doug51 wrote:
doglegg wrote:Doug, I guess that little decoy helps me get in touch with my feminine side. :lol: :lol: ::tounge:: I like it too. I think it probably has a broad appeal. What's the next project? I'm working on a chain in a box but very slowly. Hope it turns out. ::handshake::

That sounds interesting.
Im not sure. Maybe a Canadian goose similar to this duck or a ball in a cage. I've been thinking about carving some chain links but not sure how to start on it.

Several good videos on chain carving and some amazing ones. I saw one that a guy carved from a match stick! I'm sure liking your stuff. ::tu::


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