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About NorfolknGood

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    Large Scale RC aircraft (Warbirds)
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  1. Barn Owl

    Carving is my full time job, I have bills to pay so price accordingly. Same goes for shows, when asked if I will attend my first question is what is your budget for a chainsaw artist?
  2. Timber Dragon or similar

    Does anyone have a Timber Dragon or similar for sale in Norfolk?
  3. Barn Owl

    Thanks everyone it sold for £320
  4. Hard wood to carve dripping with resin.
  5. Bear commission

    I had to carve this bear to the customers design so it's not how my bears normally look. It was a present to celebrate the wedding anniversary of James Selby and Joanna Forest (Official website of Classical Crossover Soprano | Joanna Forest)
  6. Barn Owl

    My pictures always blurry rotate I have no idea how to correct this!
  7. Barn Owl

    Sold being picked up later this week.
  8. 1/4 or 3/8

    I like to do as much as I can with a standard 3/8" on my Stihl MS200 before switching to a 1/4" dime tip on my other MS200. Hans Gustafsson from Sweden does some crazy tiny detail with a standard bar!
  9. Golden Retriever

    I ended up slopping a coat of decking oil on it
  10. Owl in the making

    Another owl from a week or so ago in the making.
  11. Golden Retriever

    Golden retriever commission from Macrocarpa. (Can someone rotate these please? I can't seem to do it).
  12. Barn owl

    One of my recent carves of an owl.
  13. Malay chicken

    Bugger, can a mod rotate these please?
  14. Malay chicken

    The largest chicken in the world the 'Malay' standing @ 36" to the top of the head carved from Macrocarpa as a commission.
  15. Husqvarna Top Handle for Carving

    Top handle for ground work or carving? Just don't.


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