Dinosaur Chainsaw Carving Sculptures; Dinosaurs in Popular Culture & Movies

When you go to watch a movie that is depicting dinosaurs whether they are a cartoon or realistic the awe inspiring look of the creature is amazing. Many movies have brought people to really wonder and care about the extinct creature. The details that are able to be depicted are amazing to the viewer and the characterization of dinosaurs has made adults and children alike love them. If you are one of these people or you have a child who loves dinosaurs, you should at least know some details about the species that are most common. That way you can determine what type of wood chainsaw carving you want to have when you order from Clark The Carver at Carve Me a Bear! Chainsaw Carvings.

Carve Me A Bear! Chainsaw Carving Lists the Most Common Dinosaurs You Can Have Carved

Tyrannosaurus Rex: If you want to have a carving done that depicts none other than Sharp Tooth, the dino with a big head and little arms or the largest meat eater, then the Tyrannosaurus Rex is the one for you. One of the most distinct aspects of the T-Rex is that they have a huge head with an enormous jaw. This allows the dinosaur the ability to crush bone when feeding on other dinosaurs. They also have short arms and a thick set tail that is also used as a defense. The fossils that have been found show that the massive T-Rex reached around 40 feet tall!
Velociraptor: Maybe the large, big headed meat eater is not the dinosaur that you want. Another very iconic dinosaur that made its major splash in the movie Jurassic Park is the Velociraptor. This is depicted in several different lights but the most accurate is the more birdlike option that has knobs to suggest they have feathers. They are quite small only reaching about 18 inches in height but their long tail makes them about six feet in length. They are one of the many scavengers that are eating away at the flesh of other animals making it a carnivore.
Triceratops: Do you want to have a carving that is one that any kid would know the name of by sight? The triceratops is the carving for you. The name literally means three horned face which is the perfect descriptor for this guy. They are not a predator and stick to eating plants and other herbs. They are able to defend themselves with their hard crested head as well as their thick skin. They reach about 30 feet in length and weigh as much as a truck! They are a very iconic look and having one carved and sitting on your front porch can bring so much fun to the d├ęcor and atmosphere of your home.

Wood Chainsaw Carvings & More in Las Vegas, Nevada and Helena, Montana

If you are interested in having a chainsaw carving done to represent a dinosaur make sure you know what dinosaur is the one for you. Clark the Carver at Carve Me a Bear! Chainsaw Carving offers all kinds of unique sculptures. Contact us to learn more today!