When the dragon’s mind was finished, Olsen decided to tackle an complete monster skeleton.
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    Many of you are asking me you have been discovered and if I could earn a dragon head! I am happy I did it and I am extremely happy with the outcome , although it was a fairly daunting project for me!
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    The post Norwegian Craftsman Replies a Fan Challenge to Carve an Intricate Dragon Head from Wood first appeared on Laughing Squid.
    Jonas Olsen, a 26 year-old craftsman who resides on the island of Senja in Northern Norway, contested himself at the behest of his lovers to split an intricate dragon head from timber. As shown in a step-by-step timelapse, Although the task was difficult and went through a few iterations, the end product was beautifully.