Indiana State woodcarving

Editor's Choice - May 27, 2016

This is a woodcarving that I made for the Conner Prairie project in Indianapolis Indiana. This started out to be relief carving on the state but ended up being chip carving. The piece is approx. 4’-6” x 3’-0” and the poplar back panel is 9/4 with a applied basswood panel that is 4/4.

Woods: poplar

Tools: sabersaw clamps orbital sander

Tags: indiana chip carving

Roger Strautman

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lightweightladylefty ...

Roger,

Your carving is so perfect that if I didn’t know you carved it, I would think it was CNC’d. Thanks for sharing your great work!

L/W

a1jim ...

Very nice work Roger

MsDebbieP ...

another fantastic piece of work!!!

lanwater ...

Very Clean carving. All the corners I could see are well define and sharp.

The piece is excellent.

Wheaties - Bruce A Wheatcroft ( BAW Woodworking) ...

Another fantastic job .

CarvedArtStudio511 ...

very nice .super job on the carving

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