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What's with the New Moon

January 23 2012 at 4:04 PM
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[linked image] [linked image]

 
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Common RD your turn

January 23 2012, 4:44 PM 

[linked image] Almost done today, but probly won't get paid for it for 2 month's

 
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R.D. Coonrod
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Re: Common RD your turn

January 23 2012, 5:06 PM 

Pretty cool RB, how are you going to finish the signs? Do they even have game in south west nebraska or is that for a casino? lol

 
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I Never carved bear's for year's when I started Buzz

January 23 2012, 5:37 PM 

[linked image] I liked fightin with Big Indian's

 
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Here's ond for Imperfection Doc

January 23 2012, 6:03 PM 

[linked image] He don't even have two leg's and I Placed,, Looked beter 10 feet in the air, but they chopped it down,,

 
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buzzsaw
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Re: I Never carved bear's for year's when I started Buzz

January 23 2012, 6:43 PM 

glad your posting i wish more would

 
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RB
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I Hear ya Buzz

January 23 2012, 7:21 PM 

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Mike Weiss
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Re: I Never carved bear's for year's when I started Buzz

January 23 2012, 7:33 PM 

I love the Indian

 
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RD Coonrod
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Re: I Never carved bear's for year's when I started Buzz

January 23 2012, 7:51 PM 

I posted some pics for you RB, but you have to click on the link on the other post. I cant seem to be able to get the pics to show up on here.

 
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Yes RD

January 24 2012, 5:29 AM 

Hell we even had the Elk move back in recent years. Mountain Lion's are becomeing more frequent,some suspect they were planted to help thin the deer. Still no Bears LOL

 
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R.D. Coonrod
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Re: Yes RD

January 24 2012, 7:49 AM 

Oh you have bears..we have had carvers there for 15 years, I can assure you that there are bears there.lol I was at the Illinois fair convention this last week end. A friend of mine that has an exotic animal show told me that the DNR had released mountain lions in illinois and timber wolves in wisconsin to control deer population.

Wonder why they are so concerned with deer population? Around here the outfitters offer rewards for the tail of any animal that threatens the deer population while they are on their hunt. Maybe they just want to be able to control when we eat after they shut down the food train. Most all of the food grown now comes from a hybrid plant that does not produce a seed or much nutrition for that matter.

 
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DougR
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Re: Yes RD

January 24 2012, 4:58 PM 

Well after M Lions eat all the deer we can always eat the big pussy LOL LOL

 
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RB
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I'm GladYou Jumped in Doug LOL

January 24 2012, 5:06 PM 

Live Laugh Carve ,,

 
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ccampbell
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Re: I'm GladYou Jumped in Doug LOL

January 24 2012, 5:50 PM 

Funny.
I'm from Kearney and now live in Wisconsin. Poor DNR, always accused of some kooky thing another. We have deer coming out our ears here in WI because it's traditional to hunt deer, and hunters want it easy and they want'em quick so they can head back to the bar and enjoy the weekend.
Wolves are killed by idiots every chance they think they can get away with it. We have deer depradation in town so bad we have to have open hunting in town, and it's one of our worst problems at our farm. Damn rats come in and dig up all the potatoes. If we didn't have predators, we'd REALLY be overrun.

 
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I Think

January 24 2012, 6:45 PM 

they just shot a Lion in Kearney city limits a short time ago CC.. I'm originaly from Cherry county , the Rancher's have there Theory's for Everything Up There My Dear,, LOL .. LOL.. PEACE

 
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Doug
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Re: I Think

January 25 2012, 6:31 AM 

Were (Indiana)over run with deer two. Not sure what the laws there are but here a hunter can take 5-6-7 deer a year depending on the license they have. The biggest problem is they need to stop killing the bucks and open season on the does. Limit the baby maker, you'll limit the population.

 
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R.D. Coonrod
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Re: I Think

January 25 2012, 7:41 AM 

I was up at Joes in the wisconsin dells area during the wisconsin convention. Joe and all of his hunting buddies were all complaining that they couldn't find a deer or tracks this year. There is not a lot of heavy cover in that area and they think the wolves are pushing the deer north and south.

We live in adams county illinois which borders pike county, which is the whitetail capitol of the world. You can't hunt around here unless you own the land or are willing to pay $4,000 for a three day hunt. It is a very serious business. My youngest brother is a food plot specialist for one of the largest outfitters here. All he does is care for the needs of the deer. They will kill anything that threatens the deer population, legal or not. You can only kill three deer a year here with a license 1- with shotgun, 1-with back powder, 1- with bow. If you are a farmer you can protect your crop. I think it is pretty arrogant of the DNR to think they are better qualified for the job than mother nature. Just more human interference in the natural order of things. IMO

 
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Doc Parker
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Kool RB!

January 27 2012, 4:34 AM 

Yer injun would be better if you didn't "Hair" the eyebrows. He's got real folk appeal, as does your wizard and your sign is commercial, but nothing wrong with that.I used to put hair on eyebrows too on injuns, but they all looked like mean white guys and I couldn't figger out why. You're almost as good as Buzz in becomming a folk artist. Your originality will carry you. Don't reach for perfection, it will ruin you. Having personality in carvings is something that eludes a lot of carvers, you are heading in a better direction.Kudos!Here's an antler injun face I did a couple years ago, I didn't get the muscle running up his cheek right where it should've ran between his nose and cheek, the next one was better. The whole piece measures less than 3" across. Cheryl, the wolves over my way just killed a whole dairy herd at some poor guy's farm, I'm sorry, but they are pests. [IMG][linked image][/IMG]

 
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Yeah

January 27 2012, 4:38 AM 

His mouth is small too, but I really liked doing all the wrinkles! I bet Tynan was happy to the point of urination doing them on his Mother Theresa too, they are really fun and add a lot of expression to a sculpture.

 
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R.D. Coonrod
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Re: Yeah

January 27 2012, 8:22 AM 

you should study sub masses of the face first, then wrinkles and detail. Cause and effect tedpuss cause and effect.

 
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