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Greetings Slingshot Forum friends!

My two latest naturals, made one right after the other. The designs are supposed to be similar, with the exception of a few details and dimensions.Finished with linseed oil and beeswax, they were hand carved on holm oak (Quercus ilex) and wild olive (Olea europaea) branches.

Hope you like it!!!

Cheers ...Q

Wood Branch Trunk Terrestrial plant Grass
Leg Human body Plant Wood Trunk
Wood Terrestrial plant Bone Grass Natural material
Wood Botany Trunk Natural material Terrestrial plant
Wood Grass Natural material Plant Trunk
Plant Wood Terrestrial plant Fawn Trunk
Plant Wood Trunk Fawn Natural landscape
 

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Great work Q! I like 'em both but the olive mummers to me. I think it's love.
LOL!! Thanks for the reply!

Well, it is a shame, but the olive girl is already taken :)

Best regards, sir!!

Q

Q is back ! Amazing !
Many thanks for the feedback, my friend!!

These were two simple works, but on both strong pieces of wood.

I'm glad you've liked it!!

Cheers ...Q

Beautiful as usual Q, both are stunning

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Thank you so much, sir!!!!

Best regards...Q
 

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Very nice, as usual Q!!! :thumbsup:
Don't make me choose which one I like best.
Those are amazing Q! I gotta say that the oak wood in your neck of the woods is beautiful. The grain is much more defined than ours.
Stellar work my friend.
I love the wood grain in both,great work!
Both are amazing As TreeFork said, glad to see you are still around
Sweet Brother u rock at natural forks so nice
My dear friends!!!

THANK YOU so much for paying a visit to this thread of mine!!!

I do always appreciate and cherish such AMAZING feedback coming from you! You're very kind!!!

Best regards to you all!!

Q
 

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That is beautiful work. Very impressive. Pardon my ignorance but I can't tell if those were made from forks or a slab of wood. Really awesome
Hello my friend!!

THANK YOU so much for your kind reply :)

They are indeed from REAL tree forks, harvested some 2 years ago, so they're considered "naturals", by the standards of the worldwide slingshot community.

I'm glad you've liked it!!

Cheers ...Q
 
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