When you are looking at a carving for your chainsaw art you may want to stay with the outdoor theme. There are many types of outdoor animals that you can choose from. Clark The Carver from Carve Me A Bear! Chainsaw Carvings does bears, bunnies, birds and fish to name a few! When it comes to fish there are two main types. They are freshwater fish and saltwater fish. Saltwater fish have some extremes in size and shape because they can be found at many levels of the ocean.
Carve Me A Bear! Chainsaw Carvings Lists Types of Saltwater Fish that Make Great Chainsaw Carving Art
Clownfish: The clownfish is a huge and well known fish since the Disney Pixar movie that starred clownfish. They are a fun orange fish that has some well-defined white lines in their side. They are a saltwater fish and they live in the ocean around reefs. The orange and white fish is only one species while there are about 28 others that exist. They are a small fish that only reach about five inches in length. They are found in small groups just like a family and are a great option for your chainsaw art.
Lionfish: This is one of the funkiest fish that live in saltwater. They have fins that are spread out and separated and that makes them look a lot like their namesake lion. They take up to two years to get fully grown and they can get about 16 inches in total length. They come in many colors such as red, yellow, black and orange. One of the other things about a lionfish is that they have poisonous spines that are deadly.
Puffer Fish: This is a well-known fish that is sometimes kept in aquariums and they obviously live in the ocean as well. As a saltwater fish they need to be regulated well to keep them alive. The greatest thing about a puffer fish is the fact that they can puff up! They use this as a way to defend themselves as well as using their spines in the outside to ward them off as well. The scary thing about a puffer fish is they have a ton of poison. They can easily kill off about 30 humans with the amount of poison that is in one single puffer fish.
Rockfish: The rockfish is a relative of the lion fish and also the stone fish as well. There are actually more than 100 species of rockfish found around the world in the oceans. The most interesting fact about a rockfish is that they have been known to live about 100 years! They are the oldest living fish that is found in the Earth. They also have a poison but it is milder than the lionfish and others. They are also very territorial and will defend themselves when necessary.