John Carriere wanted to carve a snake; a BIG snake. In this instance, a 32 inch high replica of a cobra. The job took the resident of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia some 650 hours; the project was carved in Tasmanian Oak. That’s a lot of work for a reptile, but as you can see, the result was worth the labor. John was kind enough to share these step-by-step images of the carving process.
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