|Project by NDRED||posted 01-25-2014 04:15 PM||815 views||1 time favorited||3 comments|
First picture, from left: This was just the top of a grafting knob. Stem is the tree trunk. The base did split. The Middle: This is the whole grafting knob. It is up side down. You will notice that it split big time. The windows are where there were many cracks together. So I just carved them all out. The base was split. What else could you do but make feet? Each foot has a piece of coat hanger glued in it. This one was named “Apple -Windows”. Far right: This is a grafting knob that was tutned sideways. The trunk is toward the back, see pitch. The roots are toward the front. This one also warped a lot. The Apple-Windows sold for $250.00.
-- REVEALING HIDDEN BEAUTY OF CREATION - Ron & Nancy Dibble