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Making a Driftwood Owl – Part 4

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The completed Tawny Owl I decided to build up the owl’s feet on top of the existing stand. I found some suitably twisted pieces of wood that could be cut to resemble claws and fixed them securely with screws. An … Continue reading

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Making a Driftwood Owl – Part 3

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The wood shavings and glue had dried nicely overnight so I was able to press on with modelling the head of the owl. A neighbour kindly provided the eyes from an old box of oddments so I bedded these in … Continue reading

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Making a Driftwood Owl – Part 2

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I resumed work on the driftwood owl by building up the face of the bird. I then added further pieces of driftwood to the sides and wings so that much of the shape is now in place. As I am … Continue reading

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Making a Driftwood Owl – Part 1

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My driftwood sculptures are proving very popular and I was delighted to accept a commission for an owl. After careful consideration, I decided that a Tawny Owl would be the subject of my sculpture and I began sorting through my … Continue reading

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