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Project by Bob Collins posted 1949 days ago 1281 views 0 times favorited 17 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Portrait of a Tiger carved from radiata pine, the background was recessed and the outer rim charred to
bring out the grainas a stripe effect. The black is wood burned and the colour water paints
.
HAVE ADDED A PHOTO WITH COAT OF CLEAR POLYURETHENE 2 MAY’09

-- Bob C, Australia. I love sharing as long as it is not my tools





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Patti Zongker

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#1 posted 1949 days ago

Very beautiful~~ wow

-- Follow your passion, and success will follow you.

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Sawtooth

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#2 posted 1949 days ago

That looks great, a lot of detail.

-- "I'm a lumbrjock and I'm OK..."

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#3 posted 1949 days ago

look good bob. you do nice tigers. shading is nice as is the color. hugs.

-- pat,ohio...http://s5.photobucket.com/albums/y198/patshwigar/

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#4 posted 1949 days ago

This a Greeeeeaaat tiger ,super carving

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AzChiefFan

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#5 posted 1949 days ago

That looks great!!! Makes me wonder does the charred effect work with all woods or are there certain woods that works better with than others?

-- AzChiefFan "Measure Once, Curse Twice"

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Christopher

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#6 posted 1949 days ago

Here kitty kitty kitty!

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Allison

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#7 posted 1949 days ago

Very nice!

-- Allison, Northeastern Ca. Remember, Amateurs built the Ark. Professionals built the Titanic!

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Bob Collins

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#8 posted 1949 days ago

Thanks all above for the comments. Another enjoyable project. I’m only learning about charring wood, I woud say YES all wood could be but it woud be a good idea to try it on a spare piece first, if the heat can be turned low not much damage is done but I have set a piece of Poplar on fire with high heat. That’s the fun on learning. Enjoy.

-- Bob C, Australia. I love sharing as long as it is not my tools

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Karson

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#9 posted 1949 days ago

Bob a great creation.

-- I've been blessed with a father who liked to tinker in wood, and a wife who lets me tinker in wood. Southern Delaware karson_morrison@bigfoot.com †

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#10 posted 1949 days ago

Very nice piece

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mtnwild

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#11 posted 1948 days ago

Really nice carving! Color, everything looks grrrreeeeeaatt. Can’t figure it’s size.

-- mtnwild (Jack), It's not what you see, it's how you see it.

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KennethBirdine

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#12 posted 1948 days ago

You definitely have the knack for carving, can’t wait to see more.

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Bob Collins

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#13 posted 1948 days ago

Thanks again for comments. Could be more on the way. The fifth photo the best.
Jack the size is: Tiger 10” long 8” widest Backing 16” long 12” wide

A fun project. Bob.

-- Bob C, Australia. I love sharing as long as it is not my tools

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davidc

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#14 posted 1911 days ago

Boy, this makes me feel very much humbled in what I do in comparison. In all fairness I don’t consider myself a CARVER. I like to use different color woods to create intarsia. The best thing about it is that the longer you stay at it the more improved you get.

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Bob Collins

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#15 posted 1911 days ago

Thanks for that David, You must put some of your projects on site, always wanting to try intarsia but wouldn’t have the patients. You right about improving, did you have a look at the Leopard I put on after the Tiger, I reckon it has improved and I redid this Tiger’s eyes. Thanks again.

-- Bob C, Australia. I love sharing as long as it is not my tools

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