ridzis

3 oak brothers :)

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I remember my childhood that i really liked to play with Lego and decided to make something of this theme...so these tree are my tree brothers...and i decided to give to them name Ilvy (wood lego man)

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That looks pretty amazing, how big are they?

they are approx. 55cm high size ofvery small child :)

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Wow! Those look really cool.

I'm curios what do the gears do?

Great job :thumbup:

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Wow! Those look really cool.

I'm curios what do the gears do?

Great job :thumbup:

I think there just there for decoration.Also nice job!

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AWESOME timber creation 'ridzis' - beautiful rounded finish to the heads, the gearing interesting - 'ridzis' you are an excellent woodworker !

I'm a conformist! and I guess keep on turning (wood that is) ! :sweet:

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AWESOME timber creation 'ridzis' - beautiful rounded finish to the heads, the gearing interesting - 'ridzis' you are an excellent woodworker !

I'm a conformist! and I guess keep on turning (wood that is) ! :sweet:

Thanks :wink:

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Totally agree with Lightning, that's some beautiful woodwork you've done. Everything from the details on those gears to the lovely finish makes me wish I had the wood working skills you obviously do. Well done!

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Wow, that's really something special. You are a talented craftsfan to create such fine woodwork, I salute you Sir! Job most impressive. default_thumbup.gif

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Wow... really amazing! *oh2* Most impressive woodworking I must say! I have seen minifigures in plastic and on paper... but never out of wood! Great job! :thumbup:

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Wow, nice work! can you post pics that can be enlarged?

Sorry this is only size what can i post :sad:

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