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Chainsaw Carved Dinosaur: Prehistoric Pine

by Conner Flynn

You don’t need the folks from Jurassic Park to bring dinosaurs back to life. You just need Scott Dow of the Animalistic Chainsaw Carving Studio in Corry, Pennsylvania. He brought this one to life. And not with a petri dish and a beaker either. With a good old-fashioned chainsaw.

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Look how awesome it is and it’s not even finished yet. Scott has some mad skills with that chainsaw. Now it just needs armor. And laser guns! And a bionic cyber-eye. And laser pistols holstered at it’s side. At least that’s how I would finish it.

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What do you think Scott? Make my idea of a dino-warrior a reality? I’ll pick it up next week.

[via Reddit via Geekologie]




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