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Discussion in 'Wildlife Artwork and Crafts' started by dmitrygor, Mar 23, 2010.
sweet stuff man!
I am completely in awe! This is fantastic work. How much does a piece like that sell for, if you don't mind my asking?
I made another copy (2nd) of "The Bear and Russian Laika" (Misha and Laya - that's how I call it in Russian), downloaded a short slide show but failed to post it here (?), so here is a link
I myself like this composition extremely, would never get tired of making it over and over again adding some new elements
Light Rail Coyote,
thanks for your words!
No, I don't mind being asked. By the way I'd better give a link of a big Russian online art resource where my works are displayed with the prices
Of 'cos they can vary and be lower or higher depending on the quality of a moose antler,the composition, extra sculptures, extra details used etc.
Thanks for the info! Looking forward to seeing more of your work!
I want to share the photos of another piece of moose antler carving I finished the other day.
That was done using a photo as a basis for the composition.
It is stylized to some extend but that was actually the purpose
Looking forward to your comments!!!
Here is another design I am working at now.
Then the figures will be partially made from this moose antler and partially from wood and they should seem as if jumping from the moose antler...
My new carving
Here is the carving I finished yesterday.
A copy of Bear in the Village
thats really cool!!! where do you get all of your antlers?
I buy antlers for carvings from local hunters. Sometimes people who order a carving provide the moose antlers themselves, mostly they are into hunting too.
That boar hunting scene is awesome!
thanks for your words!
gorgeous work. it's interesting to see that you make maquettes first before you carve, good process.
Your work is INSANE Dmitry! I don't think I've ever seen such beautiful moose carvings. Thank you for taking the time to post and show how you do it
maquettes can't be done without when such movements are to be shown you can change the animals' posture in your hand till the needed one is found, it's a real pleasure!
Thanks a lot for the "Insane" word! I'll try to go on posting - it's helpful to get comments!
You got it Dmitry ;D Can't wait to see more!
Work in process. Continuation
That is continuation to my Thread
Work in process
April 16, 2010
the carving called "FIGHTING WOLVES"
some pictures of the work in process
Your comments are highly welcome
I love how you blend the trees in with the tines. Very clever and beautifully done. This work is inspiring to me, keep it up Dmitry
GREAT work, I really enjoy looking at your pieces. I enjoy looking at other carvers work, and yours is some of the best I have seen. Keep the pics coming!