This project was a commissioned retirement gift, dad chose an awesome piece of white oak for this project, the grain will suit the walleye well. The walleye wood carving is about 2 feet long with some subtle but realistic movement. Keep the monster fish out in the water and instead get a nice wood mount, we have done large scenes with carved fish and coral for both fresh water and salt water scenes.
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On today’s video we are showing how to finish carving an 8 foot brown bear. Bears can be found all over north america, and have many meaning for many cultures, the Anishinaabe clan hold the bear as the healer or physician. This one is made from a white pine and has been drying for over a year, we give this wood carving its finishing touches with burning, sanding, shading, airbrushing and sealing. This bear was carved out using just chainsaws, from local wood in Ontario.
Below we have a quick stop motion version of carving a Chickadee bird with a chainsaw. We show the beautiful wood that is hiding in cedar rails and show off how fine of a detail we can get with the saw.
Next we have the full version, showing off the saw techniques and power tool work done on the carving. Jacob had a great time sculpting the cedar rails, creating new features and designs making each piece unique.
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Tools We Use – Beginner Setup Chainsaw kit Today were going over the minimum of what you would need for tools to start chainsaw carving. Find out exactly what saws you need and what hand tools. We give the model type, the chainsaw bar and the chain you need, just follow along in the video.
You’re getting the best beginner chainsaw setup up from the top professional chainsaw artists in Canada, you would be surprised how little you need to get started. Saw Models Reccomended: Husqvarna 543xp, 12 Inch Dime tip Husqvarna 550xp, 16 Inch Toonie Tip Husqvarna 562xp, 20 inch Supper Mini Get notified when Episode 2 comes out by clicking the notification bell, next episode will go over our basic hand tool setup.
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In this video we show exactly how to fix your chainsaw bar to extend its life, make it usable again and keep it in top shape. We show how to grind the outside edges of the bar and and common mistakes people make. We also show how a bar rail closer works and how that affects the chain on the bar. Watch the video to see full details. Lets us know what you think in the comments, we appreciate your feedback.