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Dale Felice

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Dale Felice last won the day on June 22 2018

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  1. Dale Felice

    Lightning on the plains 3

    Real tight work for sure.
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    Warrior in flag 4

    Thanks John! I haven't been on much due to ptsd issues. Our home we moved into is mold head to toe. All kinds of damages. Owner didn't disclose it all. We are suffering and are trying for help. The va pushed me to 100% after an 8 yr fight. I've been so frustrated I haven't even done any wood work as of late. We didn't have $ for the inspection before so that may be a nail in the coffin. Lawyers won't look at it due to cost either. I have every organization contacted but not hearing anything yet. It's a big mess.
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    Wood Carving Forum

    In many carving groups I'm in, we have carvers that chainsaw carve. However many carve by dremel, arbor tech, die grinders, angle grinders and so on. Yes it's good to expand. All aspects requiring some sort of blade and or attachment is considered carving. I actually use chisels to carve eyes and detail if the customer requests detail. A combination of equipment in most forums is ok to do. I'd see no problem with it. The only thing I'm completely against is a cnc for chainsaw carving work. Cnc is ok for other work, but too many guys are doing" production " work and to many of us carvers, it kills the art form. No 2 pieces of art should be exact, but unfortunately the fun is being taken out as well as some degree of talent. A carving forum would be cool.
  4. Dale Felice

    Carved log bench2

    Thank you John! It was a beast.
  5. Dale Felice

    Carved log bench

    Thank you lew. Yeah if you glue them real tight, you get good results. As a saw carver this is a must to do. We usually carve our own bark as well. Looks very realistic and matter of fact they make tool that mounts on the saw and does it now. It is called a Harry cane tool.
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    Carved log bench

    This is for a pre order the customer wanted. She wanted a log bench to match her log furniture. It's been soaking wet here So, I bought 2x6 material and glued up the logs. All chainsaw and hand hewn. Even hand carved knots. Live edge was chainsaw work as well. I hope that she is happy to have It!
  7. Dale Felice

    Wings wide open2

    He texted me and just said that lol! He is happy with the progress. Just have to seal it and ship it out.
  8. Dale Felice

    Chainsaw Carving

    Lew, just seen this. Thank you. It was a beast to do being the first eagle with wings attached. Now that I understand it much better, it's becoming second hand. Most carving is now. Once you have an image set, you can begin to "draw" by saw and take baby steps towards a finish result. Lots of learning to go.
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    Chainsaw Carving

    When the weather gets nice in Pa, I try to do something a bit different instead of being cooped up inside. Here is some things I have either done or started on .1 hr so far.
  10. Dale Felice

    Hunting, Fishing, Wildlife

    Collector plates, wildlife scenes and outdoors type projects. From my neck of the woods.
  11. Dale Felice

    Cardinal welcome

    I have so many here lew..... you would swear I raise them. My favorite bird by far aside of my chickens. When we get big snow here in Cambria since I moved, it's nice to see the area highlighted by them. The Baltimore Orioles were a plenty here too this year. Quite an entertaining bird. I have many feeders out to watch them. A cup of coffee, and if not winter.... flowers start my day. In just a year, you can't really see my yard. It's covered with flowers. Every place I've lived I've encompassed the whole property with nothing but color. At my old house, we had people from as far as California come to take pics. I've got a good green thumb and it showed. The cost was always minimal as I transplanted things to cover grounds.
  12. Dale Felice

    Rustic deer slab

    Thanks lew! Thanks Gene! Appreciate it after a long week of work so far. This one is going to the annual officer down memorial coming again in October.
  13. Dale Felice

    Perfect pair 2

    Thank you lew! Just seen this now haha. Each piece is done this way then it makes for a better project I believe.
  14. Dale Felice

    Rainbow trout 4

    Thank you Ron! Lots of hand work went into that. I have several roughed out by chainsaw and sanded. More to come.

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