Thanks for the kind words... next comes my least favorite part of the process: making templates and routing out for the pups and electronics... I like that 'instant' gratification!
It's time consuming and a bit tedious, and hogging that much wood out of a project this far along is totally nerve-wracking... I just want to carve the body and get it oiled so I can see what it'll look like. Working with wood is always a bit of a mystery/suprise as you never 'really' know what it will look like finished. How the grains are working together, or what grain you'll end up with after carving.
Any other Wolf inspired projects laying around ?
TJ, no... Well, maybe... I'll look, but I'm pretty sure I'd have noticed...
What's up with that inlay Dude?
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