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Few weeks ago Porcelanowy kindly sent me a dogwood raw fork, it was the first time I had the chance to work it. It's very strong and if well dried not too difficult to carve. It came out a little and powerful shooter.
After a week or so ago I decided to work two other little antlers I had already dried to go, it was a chestnut and an hornbeam. So that I wanted to make a trilogy that I called "Algiz", the name of a rune that remind an Y.
New pics are coming. Thanks. Bob
 

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...and the last one is this little hornbeam, very pocketable and easy to hidden.
All them three are handmade and finished with sandpaper up to 2500 grip and some hands of camellia oil.
Thanks for watching and thanks to Porcelanowy.
All the best,
Bob
 

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Well... what can I say? They look like real good solid shooters. Aside from the fact that they are museum quality pieces of art.
 

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Hello
I am very happy for how it turned out cause I felt I had better on our small swap

Beauties. They make me forget about anything else than naturals

That chestnut is just gorgeous. Awesome work… as always

Cheers
Rafal
 
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