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Normally I build log furniture but a few years ago I got into chain saw carving. Here's my latest adventure with the chip thrower.
 

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Real nice......wish I had your talent.
A friend of mine from Michigan (passed away) use to make Totoem Poles........he was selling them for $500-700. had a waiting list.

He also used hatchet for the closer details.
 

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Real nice......wish I had your talent.
A friend of mine from Michigan (passed away) use to make Totoem Poles........he was selling them for $500-700. had a waiting list.

He also used hatchet for the closer details.
Thanks. It's easier than it looks. My first couple bears were only recognizable as bears by Picaso. But after 3 or 4 they were good enough to sell.
 

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How big is it and what size bar is on your saw?
This bear is only about 24" tall. My saw is a Husky electric for indoor use and small details. It has a 12" dime bar on it. My outdoor saw is a Poulan 18" gas with a regular bar.
 
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