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Curtis Fuller

2017 Snow Folk

2017 Snow Folk Family portrait with their pet goose, Brownie. Heading out on the town!

2017 Snow Folk
    • Glenn Lefley
      I absolutely love it! Well done.
      What are the noses made of?
    • Curtis Fuller
      @Glenn Lefley Carrots, of course!
      They're 1/8" dowel. I put the pieces in my drill and "turn" then with sandpaper, then color them with an orange marker pen.
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      Bill Boehme
      I'm amazed at the expressiveness of the snow folk that you have achieved with just a subtle hat tilt, eye position and tilt, and carrot nod. The multiaxis goose has great character.
    • Martin Groneng
      Just amazing folks!! Now it's "I want time" because I left this posting on the screen and now everybody points to one they want. Thanks, Curtis!! Now down to the shop.
    • John Torchick
      Amazing! Instead of dowel, would toothpicks be too small? Just a thought.
    • Glenn Lefley
      Are they all multi axis or hats turned seperate and glued on? What multi axis Chuck do you use?
    • Curtis Fuller
      @Glenn Lefley Sorry Glenn, I didn't see your question earlier. They're just a single axis. The hat is turned separately from the stub of wood that's left over. Then they're glued on crooked to give them all a little different look.
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