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Charlie hague

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  1. 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....
  2. memorial carving for a friend

    Cheers guys, means a lot. Have been watching your work for a while now Simon, very inspiring. Charlie
  3. Here's one I carved about a year ago now, to remember a friend. Carved out of macrocarpa.
  4. 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
  5. New to this forum

    Cheers guys
  6. 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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