Just so everybody knows this has my own personal flare to it, so don't compare too harshly. Also the rule of "there are no mistakes, just unexpected changes in design" applies here.Also this is the 2nd 'in the round' carving I've ever done!
Step 1: Tools
Rag (for staining)
Also wood stain and black enamel
Step 2: Basic Shaping
After that we used a portable drill and a hole saw to make 3 holes. The holes would've been alot more even, but I neglected to measure.
However I still like the way it came out
Step 3: Inside
See how rough it is on the inside at the moment?
Step 4: Making the Outline
Step 5: Carving and Smoothing Out
Step 6: ==>
Step 7: Round Off the Tops Even More
Step 8: Clean Out Inside the Mouths
I also rounded the edges of the mouths
I used the Dremel to fully round the beard, and detail it
Step 10: Lowering
Step 11: Sizing
Step 12: Staining
It settled into that more dark color
Step 13: Painting
I decided to make the inner mouth area, to try to copy the actual Wabbajack, but it would also look awesome with that warm brown color it had before.
Step 14: Thank You
This took me about 3 days to make (3 day weekend).
Again there are a few mistakes, and quirks. But I'm only human, and this is only my second 'in the round carving', so for that standard it's amazing!
All in all I had a blast! And it's kinda cool making something with just tools I can hold in my hands!
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