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Rainbow trout

Started this for a friend. It's made from 2x6 material glued up to form a block. Then carved by chainsaw and finished up with various tools. It is 17" at the tail. Now to fine detail fins and scales. Then off to spray with the airbrush. Lots to go yet. Enjoy!


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Thank you guys! This is very new to me and a prototype  that is in fact going to be sold to a friend. I was told to post it on other pages to see how the likes are. I still have a design in mind and if it goes well yes I will sell them. I will post on here Matt47 when the finish product is done. I have 2 chainsaw carvers guiding me on this in aspect of color and position. I specking  out the price too. This is going to have driftwood, rocks, and a resin top to indicate water. On top of the resin, will be carved leaves as if fallen on a stream  in the fall. Stay tuned!

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On 3/3/2018 at 11:36 AM, Dale Felice said:

Stay tuned!

You bet Dale! You've definitely captured the essence of the great fish.

Can't wait to see where you go with the finish for this one...the color variation on rainbow is so spectacular. Somehow though, knowing you, I eanticipate your version will be equally spectacular.

Just seeing this makes me hungry now for a fresh RB trout:P

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15 minutes ago, Grandpadave52 said:

 You bet Dale!I got paints today can't wait! Yeah I'm ready for the season to open. I'm like You, ready for one fried. On a pretzel bun with hot sauce and perhaps barbeque? Hmmm.

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