How about something like a wagon or carriage, would love to see you making wagon wheels!! Along the lines of:- Heading for a house allSheep herders wagonHot tamalesOr how about a revisit to:-Darn! I dropped the remoteBackdraftCookies gold. Something as a small scene. Can't wait Lynn, keep up the good work. Trev
Good day Lynn. I've always wanted to see a fly fisherman. I can only imagine what one would look like should you choose to do one.
Buxom Biscuits ;O)
Hi Lynnhow about a Coal Miner of the era..referenceshttp://forums.3dtotal.com/showthread.php?t=69468http://www.halslamppost.com/http://www.halslamppost.com/Carbide%20Cap%20Lamps/slides/Justrite%20No.%2044%20Head%20Lamp%20Showing%20No.%2042B%20Hose%20Pin.htmlGlenn
Doc Holiday as portrayed by Willie Nelson in the later version of "Stagecoach".Can't say much for his acting ability,but his iconic appearance should lend itself to your talents and share with us.
I'm with Gwyl fly fisherman or a golfer any sport figure Lynn
An additional comment.Bust or full figure would be great.I would be particularly interested to see how you would handle Willie's long hair in a separate head scenario.
Nez Perce -Jackson Sundown, he was chief Joseph's nephew. 1916 World champion bronc rider. He was a young warrior when his tribe defied the fed government's order to move to a reservation in Idaho. His life's story is fascinating. He also dressed very colorful, so the potential for carving him is huge.
I'm still wanting to see how you put a cowboy on a horse. Maybe an Indian riding bare back. That's what I would love to learn how to do. Got the horse carved just waiting to add a cowboy or Indian. Thanks for asking us. Ginny
I'd like to see a scene with some water in it. The water part has always interested me.Terry
Hey lynn, would like to see how you make the coffee mugs you use in many of your carvings.
Why not a 2/3 bust of Sherlock Holmes - a English gentleman
Lynn I would like to see more western caricatures(cowboys,indians,civil war,cowgirls)just spend alittle more time on the triangler shape of the head.
Okay, lets see if this works. If it does, I would like to see a Willie figure, with his guitar, Trigger.
Willie with guitar
I vote no on Willie, English gent gets my vote.
Posted comments first time wrong place what a DA. (I really can walk and chew gum at the same time.Wagon/carriage would be nice or cowboy/Indian on horse also works.Thanks for not doing a Santa.Also thanks for the auction had a great time.Thanks for the great website.
How about a old western cowgirl riding side saddle?? :) There was a lady in Quigly down under. "crazy cora" she didn't ride side saddle, but a fun idea of her big dress hiding the horse. if a how to on a kids face would be an option, that would be my ideal vote.
Hi Lynn sorry I missed your auction well as for the next project what about the Lee Marvin Character in Catbaloo gives us a chance to carve a cowboy on a horse and I think a good challange
Allen G, has a great idea. Catbaloo would be great. I remember a scene where he is drunk setting on his horse leaning against a wall of a build. seems like the horse had his front legs crossed. That would be exciting to try and do. Ginny
You did a WWII Soldier head at one time, and never did get back to it, so may I suggest that you do a carving ,in that line , to honor all the GIs living and dead. fred k
Lynn, I would like to echo what all of the others say and thank you for sharing your talent. My request is not for a scene but for a short instructional video in how you create your folds and creases in your carving. They are very effective and create a lot of interest.Thanks,Chuck
What I really would like to see is a tutorial for a carving of a grand-father, with a white mustache, in the style of the 1920's. I have one that I began but I am still having problems carving what I have in mind... Smoking a pipe, with a pocket watch, etc... It's not cowboy style, but it's close...Gilles C.