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How to Chainsaw Carve a Bear

A movie directed by Peter Wiant

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  • Aug 20, 2010
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I love Steve's video. He makes a great bear, and it sells, and it doesn't take any wood at all. It's a pretty good starting point if you're not sure you really want to get into this life.

For most people, the bear comes out pretty small. It's proportional in the slipcase picture, but Steve's a big guy. What I mean to say is, it will be tricky with a big-box, "regular" chainsaw. You'll find the bear a lot easier to carve with a shortish (12" or even 8") bar and a dime or quarter tip. As always when running a chainsaw, wear your chaps.

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I enjoy the way the big guy puts his lessons across. Any of you newbies out there that have not bought these yet, I highly recommend them. I'm an old newbie myself. --Bubs Sutton
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Cast: Steve Backus
Director: Peter Wiant
DVD Release Date: May 1, 2006
Runtime: 75 minutes
Studio: This Old Stump
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