Sunday, April 09, 2017

Any Complaints? - 2

It's been quite a while since I did a Chuckwagon Cook  so I thought I would do another of this character but on a smaller scale.  As I mentioned earlier, I'm getting over a bad case of artist block so I guess you could say I'm easing back into it.

This Cookie stands about 12" tall with the base but still manages to capture most of the attitude of my earlier piece.  Some inconsiderate Brush Popper must have questioned the quality of the evening meal which didn't set well with prairie version of Emeril Legasse.  He'll no doubt get his attitude adjusted come Breakfast when he finds himself at the end of the chow line.

I'm not really sure what's next on the calendar but imagine it will probably be another Indian.  With spring chores building I just hope they don't crowd out my carving time.

I didn't place any additional photo in the Gallery as I can never seem to find them once I post them there.  Anyway, I hope you like this one and will look forward to your comments.


  1. he looks pretty good to me.Hope your spring chores don't get as far behind as mine are.I would love to see a video of you carving a full bearded man similar to Jeremiah.tried a couple times,they just don't seam to turn out right.thanks for all the videos you and Judy have doe so far..

  2. I'm just glad to see that you're back at it. I really missed your posts. I check for them just about every day.

  3. Hey Lynn, Did you get the high speed cable? Are you planning any video soon? I sure have been missing them. I look forward to some new videos soon

  4. When I reading your bio. I smiled and you also agree that your wife is the queen in 30 acres world. ha ha ha.

  5. As always Lynn another excellent carving.

  6. very nice Lynn, very nice in deed