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Old 12-02-17   #11 (permalink)
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How long does it take to carve something like that?

It took me roughly 7 hrs, give or take. Scaffold added another 2, up and down.
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That's a great meerkat. Good Luck with the future.

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No worries, what's next?
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It took me roughly 7 hrs, give or take. Scaffold added another 2, up and down.
Cheers for the info. Scaffold, how big is it then?
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next time could you video a sculpture, if you could as a i would be interested in the process
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Little squirrel stump tomorrow. I'll post pics.
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Cheers for the info. Scaffold, how big is it then?

Not that big, meerkat is about 4ft but it's on a slope down to a stream so just awkward more than anything. I netted it too to try catch most of the debris.
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next time could you video a sculpture, if you could as a i would be interested in the process

I did time lapse this with a go pro, my first play with it so I've not sorted it out yet, I'll try get it together and post. Maybe try TL the squirrel tomorrow too.
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