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Old 01-20-2012, 02:14 AM
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Dear friends,

I am an artist and my major and creative focus is bone carving - animal scenes: moose antler, deer antler, mammoth tusks, etc

It'd be an honour to post here the fotos of some of my carvings and get your opinions!!!

The details can be seen on my web-site to which you are heartily Welcome!!! - http://mooseantlercarvings-dimgor.narod2.ru/

So, the carving I did the other day.

A moose and 2 wolves chasing.

I used 2 techniques - relief carving and burning.




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Old 01-20-2012, 02:16 AM
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My favourite mooses and moose fighting...

This are the 3 Variants of my carving of the same Scene.

First was relief carving (toning):


Then - cut carving (and no toning just the antler is left natural in colour as it is):


And now - Variant 3 - relief carving + burning:


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For some time I was carving antler burr belt buckles, I like that really much, a burr can be a little picture, a sculptural composition, very catching and absorbing work for me...

Wold and Deer

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Dear Friends,

I'd like to share with you some pictures of my recently finished moose antler carving, "Bear and Laika" (moose antler, wood).












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I have only one word FANTASTIC!!!!
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Wow....if You lived here in the USA You would be a very Rich Young Man...I envy Your talent!Those are magnificent Carvings to say the least....I'm very impressed! GTOHunter in Missouri
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Originally Posted by GTOHunter View Post
Wow....if You lived here in the USA You would be a very Rich Young Man...I envy Your talent!Those are magnificent Carvings to say the least....I'm very impressed! GTOHunter in Missouri
thanks, I wish I could start selling my works from my current place of living as well, for the beginning..
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Dear Friends,
I would like to share with you one of my recent carvings called "Sudden Encounter in the Forest", it is my carved-in-bone interpretation of the painting by the Russian wildlife artist V.Gorbatov

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Those are amazing! I'd love to have one on my wall!
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Beautiful; work.
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