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Charlie hague

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  1. Charlie hague

    Sea turtle and a Unicorn

    Yeah, also agree the turtle rocks!! Unicorn's cool too!! Good work 😊
  2. Charlie hague

    recent commisions

    Here's a couple of pieces that have just gone over to Dublin, Ireland. The oak was a pleasure to carve compared to the splintery piece of douglas fir that I had to make do with for the chair....Hey ho, seemed okay in the end though...
  3. Charlie hague

    Throne

    Cheers mate
  4. Charlie hague

    Throne

    Cheers mate, it was a good couple of weeks, mainly deciding what to carve, that's the hardest part for me. Yeah great to get big commissions. Cheers charlie
  5. Charlie hague

    Throne

    Cheers
  6. Charlie hague

    Throne

    This is a throne I carved a couple of years ago for some local folk. Excuse the photobum....my son has an aversion to wearing clothes...
  7. Charlie hague

    Sleepy fox in sequoia

    Looks great Simon! I've carved a few foxes recently and there tricky buggers to get right..I'll try and get in to posting a few bits on here, as your right, its been pretty quiet recently...Keep up the good work.
  8. Charlie hague

    First few carvings of the year

    Good work! Big fan of the hedgehog too!
  9. Charlie hague

    memorial carving for a friend

    Nice one, It has got darker as its weathered, which quite like. You could stop this by apply wood preservative a few times a year....
  10. Charlie hague

    memorial carving for a friend

    Cheers guys, means a lot. Have been watching your work for a while now Simon, very inspiring. Charlie
  11. Here's one I carved about a year ago now, to remember a friend. Carved out of macrocarpa.
  12. Charlie hague

    Sanding/buffing carvings

    Hi mate, think you probably mean a sand-o-flex. Its a sander that has lots of strands of abrasives used in a drill. You can burn the carving and then use the sand-o-flex, gives a nice finish... they sell them herehttps://www.gustharts.com/machinery-c123/chainsaws-accessories-c142/carving-c311/sand-o-flex-p1399 Happy carving. Charlie
  13. Charlie hague

    New to this forum

    Cheers guys
  14. Charlie hague

    New to this forum

    Hi, this is my first post here. Seems like a great place to share info and ideas, have enjoyed ready other peoples posts for a while now and seeing others work is always inspiring. So i thought I better sign up too. So here I am and here's a peacock I carved a while back. Nice one

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