Crocodile Swimming thru Walnut

This was definitely a fun project to watch as it unfolds. This was a two stage carve, roughing and finishing. I used 1/4” endmill for the roughing and a 1/16” ball nose bit for the finishing. The satisfaction of this carve was when I added Odie’s Oil to make the grain stand out.  I’m definitely making another one of these soon! 

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Wow, wonderful work.   Really great.


Way cool!

Steven- Random Orbital Nailer

Neat! A cool way to embellish a lot of large projects
thats bad ass shiro !

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Thanks guys, I appreciate it! 

J&S Wood Co

That's nice work! Beautiful. I knew a guy who did a crocodile like that but on a coffee table. 

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Wow! Impressive. 

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Totally killer, Shiro. Nice work.
That is so unique, great job.


Beautiful detailed carving!!!

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I love it.  That would make a cool sliding box lid.  Did you make the 3D drawing yourself or get it from somewhere?  

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I was actually thinking about that. Using it for a box lid. I bought the file online. 

J&S Wood Co

Very cool...painted eyes would be interesting!
It's really cool! I'd have to use a dremel tho.