This next corbel for the Eusebius Tower is destined for the north side at 22 meters height, and is part of a group chimeras or a kind of winged cats.
The cat with wings on the corbel holding a type of pot or bag, it is not clear what was intended. I made a purse out of it by carving a rope at the narrowest part. These five cats all have the same flat triangular face and the same bulky wings. With a lively claw chisel stroke, just like the original had, I tried to maintain the smooth appearance of the original sculpture. This group of sculptures carved by John Grosman, also the seven trumpet angels I got hacked earlier progress.
The corbels for these two groups shooting already well on, So I immediately continued with foresaw a series flying buttress figurines Air bow 33, originally created by George van der Wagt. More on this later.