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Wooden Punisher Skull

  • January 2, 2017

fEzZ
fEzZ
fEzZ
fEzZ

I also built this for my friend who owns a local gun shop here in town. I built this with furring strips. I cut out all the stripes, burned each individual piece, nailed it to a piece of 3/4" ply, then cut out the shape/skull, carved the stars, burnt it one more time, and finally added a matte finish. I wish I would have takin production pics for this project, but I got too caught up in my work. I was very happy on the way this piece came out. :)

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  • Super cool! Awesome craftsmanship as always!
    By RYOBI Nation, on January 4, 2017
    • Thank you!
      By fEzZ, on January 5, 2017

  • Can I buy that? I know someone who would go crazy for that.
    By RParedes, on January 23, 2017
    • I make alot of these now for people. Not sure that my friend would sell his..lol..but I can always make more. :)
      By fEzZ, on January 23, 2017

  • How did you come up with the template or shape to cut the wood
    By wilkins26, on February 15, 2017

  • This is incredible! I'd like to build one for my son whose a police officer. Would you be willing to share your pattern? Did you use the band saw to cut the eyes and nostrils? If yes, where did you choose to make the entry cuts - you can't tell from the photos which is amazing! Thanks for sharing.
    By camijo85, on November 15, 2017
    • I googled "punisher skull" to find an image, blew it up, and traced it onto some ply. I then glued and nailed the field and stripes to the board, then I traced the pattern over it one more time. I cut the edges with my band saw. As for eyes and nostrils, I drilled a small hole, and then used my scroll saw for the inside cuts. Hope this helped some. :)
      By fEzZ, on January 7, 2018

  • How much for a punisher skull??
    By Etpro11, on February 19, 2018
    • I'm currently doing a new shop, so I won't be able to make anymore until April or May. But I usually sell them $100, not including shipping.
      By fEzZ, on February 19, 2018

  • How can I contact you to get one made?
    By Sammo2007, on December 9, 2019

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Wooden Punisher Skull

by fEzZ
Jan 02, 2017

I also built this for my friend who owns a local gun shop here in town. I built this with furring strips. I cut out all the stripes, burned each individual piece, nailed it to a piece of 3/4" ply, then cut out the shape/skull, carved the stars, burnt it one more time, and finally added a matte finish. I wish I would have takin production pics for this project, but I got too caught up in my work. I was very happy on the way this piece came out. :)