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Mardi Gras Walking Heads

February 10, 2012 MaryMay Uncategorized

Shrek walking head

My father-in-law, David May (www.3dstudiocreations.com) has just completed making several light-weight walking heads for a local Mardi Gras Ball. They really turned out amazing. These are the ones you see in the parades setting on top of shoulders.  If you have ever seen the Charleston Mayor, you will see the very clear resemblance. I watched him make […]

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Woodcarving retreat property for sale

November 14, 2011 MaryMay Uncategorized

I know this does not have anything to do with woodcarving, but it could…what about that peaceful country retreat where you can completely focus on your woodcarving in the beautiful Charleston lowcountry? Yours for only…. We are in serious need to sell some acreage (or I just need to get some really good carving jobs […]

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David May, Renaissance Man

October 26, 2011 MaryMay Uncategorized

My father-in-law, David May (www.3dstudiocreations.com), is a true Renaissance man. He was born in England, lived through the London bombings of WWII, and is just an overall amazing talent. He always reminds me of Karaticus (sp) Potts of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang who was the crazy inventor coming up with wild inventions and experimenting with his […]

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Rattlesnake Tall Ship

October 24, 2011 MaryMay Uncategorized

Raising the mast Launch day   My husband, Stephen, and his father, David (www.3dstudiocreations.com), had a dream back in the early 80s to build a replica of a Spanish Privateer Tall Ship – The Rattlesnake. As you can see in the photos, the dream turned into a reality – after 4 years of many long hours, […]

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Pumpkin Carving!

October 15, 2011 MaryMay Uncategorized

How better to have a family “together time” than digging your fingers into a pumpkin, take out its inner slime, and be creative with sharp knives? Nobody cut themselves, and we all had a great time. My pumpkin is the really dilirious, goofy smiley face. Not quite the same as wood carving. I was considering carving […]

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Chain Saw Eagle

October 6, 2011 MaryMay Uncategorized

  My Uncle Loren who lives in Hannibal, MO (Mark Twain’s home town) surprised me with a wonderful early Christmas gift yesterday. A large box arrived, and when I read the return address, it didn’t have his name on it.  When I saw Hannibal, MO on it, I wondered…could it be from Uncle Loren? Who else lives […]

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