Double Snake Walking Stick #47

Here’s the final photos of my work in progress on this double snake walking stick featuring an Eastern King Snake chasing a Diamondback Rattlesnake.  It is  carved  out of one piece of wood and hand painted.

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17 thoughts on “Double Snake Walking Stick #47

  1. Once again it is fantastic, Which work Mike! It is really very very beautiful. As usual these snakes seem alive and we wonder which one(which) is going to eat the other one… Still bravo and continue to amaze us. How long you need to make a stick as this one?

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  2. When you have a snake cane, Please let me know. Need the size, Price, and a picture if you can… I do so much want to have some of your work…..Thanks again…Jim

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    • Hi, Jim! I probably won’t have one available for a while, but I’d be happy to make one for you! If you go to my Etsy shop You can request a custon order there. Then I can give you prices and styles and all that stuff, and add you to my order list. I look forward to hearing from you!
      Thanks
      Mike

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  3. Hi Mike,
    I love this walking stick . I used to have a California King snake . I never fed it another
    snake though . Your work is just unbelievable , as always !! . I have been keeping a
    folder of all your carvings , I hope you don’t mind but people don’t believe me when I tell them my cane was hand carved and painted !!!!!. Another fine job by the MASTER
    Jeff

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  4. I just stumbled across your work with my 6 year old son. All he kept saying was how detailed it was. I would love to acquire the skills to create these with him! Amazing work. As soon as the weather warms up we will have to get out there!

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    • It took me about ten sticks before I became comfortable making them. So, just start making them and never quit. I’m sure it will be a lot of fun for you and your son. Thanks for commenting, and if you carve a stick, send a picture if you can. I’d like to see it.

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  5. Sir, with every cain and walking staff you create, you leave me bewildered. You are truly a master at your craft, you stand alone. I will be placing an order for one of your works of art in the very near future. Thank you so much, I love getting updates on your current projects. The patience and remarkable talent you poses is abundantly clear in all that you do.
    Respectfully,
    Frank McCauley

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  6. Your work is amazing ! Look forward to your progress updates. I’m a wood carver and you inspired me to try walking sticks with Snakes on them. If possible could you say what kind of wood burner tip you use for the scales.

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