Join Date: Jun 2017
Location: Walla Walla, Washington
I do some relief carving, turning and all kinds of wacky artistic stuff. I think what you want is not very hard to do at all.
The wife and I are artist in lot of media, pencil,pen ,tattoo, clay,wood,metal and my specialty as a borosilicate glass artist. Anyway last year we say wood carving classes at our college and both took it and were hooked. I have done 3 classes and she has done 5 a couple advanced wood carving classes.
It will not be long and my woman will end up teaching the class. We also joined a local wood carving club where there is a book library, a bundle of wood for sale to help the club. We meet 2 times a month and all show off our work and carve together for a few hours.
Here is a picture of a windmill about half way roughed out, still needs some die grinding, wood burning and sealed up. I have other carving but dont show them off as much as the incredible carvings my wife does. The second picture is hers competed.
I dont have a CNC router but it sounds like something that could be roughed out on a CNC router then fine tooled and embellished from there.