Last year’s Seniors decided to give a custom tiger bench for a class gift to the school. This was the design they liked…
A chunk of oak was used for the face of the tiger to hold detail. The rest of the body was made from a huge pine stump.
The back slab is ash and the seat is poplar. The ash was engraved with a CNC router that says DHHS.
The stones were made from pine…
Rebekah helped out on painting.. there were a lot of details to capture…
After 2 weeks, the bench was ready to deliver and install…
Here it is in the entrance of Daniel Hand High School in Madison, CT waiting to greet each person that walks through the doors.
The principal was very pleased thankfully
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Just fantastic Chris! Attention to detail is really obvious. Curious as to what tool you are using for “furring” animals such as bears.
Best Regards, Mike
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What a fine piece of art!