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  1. 4 points
    Dale Felice

    Perfect pair 2

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    This is the final product. It went to a Vietnam veteran with co 2/12 infantry, of the 4th infantry division . 50 yrs later I was in co 2/12 to replace 2 dead engineers in Korengal valley Afghanistan. He was also nearby my home as I went to school with his son. Talk about meaning, and not to mention such a small world after all!!
  2. 3 points
    Dale Felice

    Wings wide open

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Made for a wounded warrior, this will hold the small graveyard flag. Not quite finished but a great start!
  3. 3 points
    Dale Felice

    Natural bear bust

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Made from pine and sealed with Australian timber oil. Just to show what it looks like in a clear form. Thanks for looking!!!
  4. 3 points
    Dale Felice

    Twins

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Made from buckeye, aka horseshoe chestnut this piece was made in about a half hour. Slightly burnt and bark left on. Done from a tree I took down in the front yard. Sealed with Australian timber oil. Thanks for stopping by!!!
  5. 2 points
    Dale Felice

    Perfect pair

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Two raptors will be fused together with a 4th infantry division sign and colored. Being made for a Vietnam veteran and friend. More pics to follow!
  6. 2 points
    Dale Felice

    Feather with rocks

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Carved this in about 5 to 7 minutes. Approximately 15" tall. Done in pine and sanded with the sand o flex. Then burned and painted. Sealed with Australian timber oil. Enjoy!!!
  7. 2 points
    Dale Felice

    Who

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    25 minute carve. Approximately 16" tall from hemlock. Burned only. Enjoy!!
  8. 2 points
    Larry Buskirk

    Rear After

    From the album: The Shop

    Rear view after rebuild.
  9. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Rainbow trout 4

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Quartered view to show depth on scales.
  10. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    The splash

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Bear study I'm doing. 2 hrs and no sketch. What do ya think?
  11. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    The splash 2

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    The finished product. Now to put colour on it!
  12. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Rainbow trout 9

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    One step closer folks. Little more to do.
  13. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Rainbow trout 6

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    All spots on! Just need a clear coat to make it look wet. Then into background. Thanks for looking!
  14. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Rainbow trout 5

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Folks we have color progression! Enjoy!
  15. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Gold oak stained spirit

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Just some practice on a split piece of pine. Wanted to work on more eye detail and realism. Thanks for looking!
  16. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Old world eagle bust 2

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Side view to show nape ruffles. Enjoy!
  17. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Old world eagle bust

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Made this from pine. Used subtle color for an old weathered look. About 18" high. Enjoy!
  18. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Flying eagle 2

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    A more distant view on this flying 4.5 ft raptor. Enjoy!
  19. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Red tail hawk

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Roughed in at about 45 minutes today. Lots to do yet. First hawk to try. Enjoy!! Prowess Carving
  20. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Morel mushroom

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Did this in 10 minutes. Preparing for the veterans week in Branson Missouri nov5 through the 11th. I was asked to carve everyday down there by fellow carver Steve Gore (Navy ret) Steve runs chainsawforcharity. Check him out! Thanks for looking Prowess Carving
  21. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Eagle with fish 2

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Detailing on this piece with addition of color to the fish and burned wings. Enjoy!
  22. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Eagle with fish

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    Taken from the book "How to chainsaw carve an eagle" by Jaime Doeren, and Dennis Roghair. In pine at 3'. Enjoy!
  23. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Wolf bust 3

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

    The next step was a color scheme. I chose black with grey and white. Sliver for the eyes. Now to finish the base and seal it. What do ya think? Thanks for looking! Prowess Carving
  24. 1 point
    Dale Felice

    Perched eagle 5

    From the album: Chainsaw Carving

  25. 1 point
    I made this American Coin Rack from Maple, Walnut, and Sapele. It is roughly 43" x 23" and holds up to around 90 coins.

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