Carving a Wooden Horned Lizard/Rattlesnake Walking Stick

Carving a Wooden Horned Lizard/Rattlesnake Walking Stick
MIKE STINNETT CARVES A HORNED TOAD/LIZARD ON TOP OF THIS RATTLESNAKE WALKING STICK MADE FROM A SINGLE PIECE OF WOOD.
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Carving a Wooden Horned Lizard/Rattlesnake Walking Stick

18 thoughts on “Carving a Wooden Horned Lizard/Rattlesnake Walking Stick”

  1. @Stinnett Sticks your work is so great. And from the way you carve you must have a vast knowledge of the flora/fauna of your area. I think it would be fantastic if you did a story time about you growing up and how you learned to do what you do. I think all us young'ns would love to hear a story from a master like yourself. Also are their any crafters that you looked up to while growing up or did you self teach yourself what you needed to learn?

  2. Great to see this, so glad to know you and your amazing wood carving, Thanks a lot for sharing!

  3. You Sir , are a wonderful being for the beauty You create and the joy we feel while watching !

  4. Hi Mike, I wanted to ask you … given a choice would you use the Dremel Micro 8050 or would you stick to your flex shaft for the carving you do??? Please let me know since I need to make an informed purchase. Thanks! And … as always, great video! It's always a pleasure to see you sitting there with Pearl … warms the cockles of my heart!

  5. Wow! The detail island techniques used are amazing

    Both the snake and the horny toad look incredibly realistic

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