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fairy tree Hybrid CNC Chainsaw art work.

PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2019 6:13 am
by scottart
I have a chainsaw yard at our gallery and get more than a few projects for Gnome and Fairy carvings in Stumps. This lady had very specific ideas for a fairy stepping out of an over sized knot in small tree..

So following is some glimpses into submitting and idea in a small carving, changes to the model, testing colors, than CNC work to create a piece that could be added to the tree, than chainsaw carving to blend it into the tree. finally a look at the corrected model after i could see the issues in the original aspire model.

The Aspire model was created from a photo she provided. I got her the first sample carving the day after our initial meeting and wrapped up the order with a little Aspire magic.

At this point I will add a few more CNC features to the tree, a door, a window, stair cases... than finish carving next week. the client is leaning toward no paint.. There will also be a half a dozen or so CNC vine leaves used to cover and seems that can be seen between the tree and the CNC work. Should end up with a little Chainsaw owl on top Saturday. I will post some more pictures than ..

Fun project,, thanks for looking.

hope to meet a few of you in Denver.

Scott

Re: fairy tree Hybrid CNC Chainsaw art work.

PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2019 11:20 am
by WNC_Ed
Wow, spectacular stuff!
Looking forward to more pictures.
Congrats on the order it was well earned.

Re: fairy tree Hybrid CNC Chainsaw art work.

PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2019 12:37 pm
by dah79
Another very inspiring and very creative piece of art, Scott! Great job.

Don't know if Vectric has any open spots left for Denver, but I for one would be interested in seeing how Scott creates his masterpieces and takes them to the next level with paint. I think we could convince Scott to do it..

Anyone else want to see Scott do a presentation in Denver??

Re: fairy tree Hybrid CNC Chainsaw art work.

PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2019 1:04 pm
by garylmast
I agree, spectacular work. I like the painted version, it catches the eye better.

Gary