Part 13 -Roughing Out The Legs from Out West Woodcarving Videos on Vimeo.
Welcome back. I know it has been a long and hard couple of weeks for all of you. Nice to see you back on the carving table. You captured some beautiful bird calls and songs on the first part of the tape. You sure can fly through a set of feet and legs...guess after a few thousand they come pretty automatically. Looking forward to more progress on the miner...I like the detail of the top of the boots and that is now going into the next one I carve.
Great to have you back Lynn, looking forward to the next instalment. Keep up the good work my friend.Trev
It does my heart good to hear your voice and see your work in progress. You have been missed greatly. I especially love the detail about the top of the boots. What a great observation! Keep up the good work and we will all learn a lot.Thanks!Eric
Lynn and Judy, They say time heals all wounds but loosing a parent is really hard.Welcome back we have truly missed both of you. I'm looking forward to seeing just how you do the overalls. What kind of action he is going to be doing. What is going to be around him, miningng cart perhaps? I'll be sitting on the edge of my seat anxiouslyly waiting. Ginny
Welcome back. I've really learned a lot from your posts.I know you sometimes ask for suggestions for projects. I'd love to have you show us how you capture a likeness in caricature as you did with Will Rogers, Teddy Roosevelt, and John Woolaroc.