Don Quixote - Part 14 from Out West Woodcarving Videos on Vimeo.
Lots of improvement in his appearance with not a lot of wood being removed. Amazing what small cuts can do for a figure. Looking forward to the arms, if they are in the same positions as the drawings I see lots of grain problems to solve..eagerly awaiting the next installment.
I don't know what happened but I posted a comment early this morning and it is not here. Ph Well. I noticed that when I watch one of your videos I sit on the edge of my chair watching cery move. I learn something new each time I watch weither it is an old are new video. I can'at tell ya how much I appreciate all the hard work, Judy you are amazing. You really know how to handle that camera. Thanks.Lynn who was your teacher if any and who inspires you? I know you have been carving for a long time but how did you get started? AThanks ever so much Ginny
Lynn, This carving is taking on a real neat look to it. i can hardly wait to see how you do the arms and such. I wait with anticipation for each of your next videos.
Lynn looking real nice I think when he's finished he's going to be special then again all your work is
I know it's a little thing, but I like the way you have the body mounted on the base, it seems to float above the cylinder.