A Warrior’s Solitude-Native American Walking Stick

I’m showing the carving of this walking stick and also a little venture out into the countryside to find historical evidence of the Native Americans.  Thanks for watching and I look forward to your comments!

Western Diamondback Rattlesnake and Chipmunk Walking Stick

A Whopper of a snake; this rattler is 5 ft long and has 12 rattles, too!  A little Chipmunk sits atop with a pebble in his hands.  I  have this in my  Etsy Shop for sale, today.

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Sidewinder Knob Cane 48 Video

Finished Sidewinder Knob Cane

I finished this knob-style walking cane.  It is carved out of a single piece of Oregon Juniper and hand painted.

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Walking Stick #47 Progress Update

I am working on this double, snake stick with a King Snake below and a Rattlesnake on the top.  In this photo I have refined the shapes and am ready to put on the scales.scaleready

Here you can see the scales have been added to the Rattlesnake.  steves double snake stick blog 001steves double snake stick blog 002

 Here’s the King snake with his scales.  You can see the Rattlesnake on the opposite side of the stick.king

Rattlesnake Walking Cane #46

This Rattlesnake walking cane is hand carved from a single piece of wood and then hand painted.

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Copperhead Walking Stick #45

DSC02088DSC02083DSC02080This Copperhead Walking Stick is carved from a single piece of Lodgepole Pine and then hand painted.

 

Rattlesnake Walking Stick #44

The Making of Rattlesnake Wrapped Walking Cane #43

Rattlesnake “Ready to Strike” Cane

I was able to get creative with the shape on this snake cane.  I used a larger piece of naturally crooked pine which gave me the space I needed to put the snake’s head in a striking position.  I will show the process of making it in an upcoming video.

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