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I did this for a girl who wanted me to make a gift for her boyfriend (now husband) for Christmas. I’ll just show the finished art without dyes. Each item was done individually and at separate times, when the picture was take it was still drying. Yes this is on 9/10 ounce leather!

 

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I like that !!!! Nicely done Sir

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Nothing like replicating nature. Great details on them there wolves.  Great job on the moon too, carving circles is hard for me to get them perfectly round.  Nice job!

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Very nice.  I need to work on carving skills.  My carving is normally a hot mess.

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very nice work i like them critters.

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Nice. I have soft spot for wolves since I don't own livestock plus they aren't indigenous to this area. 

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That’s very nice Doc. I haven’t tried that kinda stuff yet. 

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1 hour ago, doubleh said:

Nice. I have soft spot for wolves since I don't own livestock plus they aren't indigenous to this area. 

 

 

http://mexicanwolfeis.org/about/range/

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I’m in North Carolina and I’m thinking that if anyone can positively identify the species I must be great with a razor (what I used to make the wolves)! But that tall pine must be a Texas spruce lol.

thanks guys, I have more but I gotta find em

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I've never done carving but thinking about givin it a try

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Unreal.  I've tried the wolf in the moon, i think it's in the bin.  Yours is excellent!

YinTx

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19 hours ago, Doc Reaper said:

I’m in North Carolina and I’m thinking that if anyone can positively identify the species I must be great with a razor (what I used to make the wolves)! But that tall pine must be a Texas spruce lol.

thanks guys, I have more but I gotta find em

Texas pine it could be but not a spruce unless someone planted it.

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20 hours ago, chuck123wapati said:

Oh, they are still here in NM, thanks to the federal government, but not in my part of the state. Habitat and food supply isn't suitable.

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