The outer portion of the log of wood is removed by chipping (taking out) the surface by the axe or the specially made tool for carving out the outer portion. After the portions are removed, the smooth surface is roughly planed, the rough figures is drawn on the surface and then the rough carving is done.
Markings were done with the help of measuring tape, scale, charcoal and chalk to draw out the required pattern of the sculpture to be made. Tools are sharpened in between and then chipped out either with lesser width or with border length with the various sizes and length of the chisels. Then intricate cravings are done with the carving, after the portions are completed it is buffed for the smooth surface. Two bigger portions are joined by holes in the bottom or the top portions with a small wood piece fixing to both the wood pieces.
The portions like horns, ear etc. are made separately and fixed by making suitable holes and fixing them. When it is the case of blocks holes are made on the alternate top and below portions are fixed with the small block of wood. It is then flamed to burn out the portions and highlight the portions where ever there are lot of curves. Applied with coat of resin, hardener, catalyst and soft dust to fix the Wood Sculpture in positions where it can be viewed by every passerby.