The second corbel I carved for scaffolding layer no. 10 of the Eusebius Tower was a man with a bird. Like the original, this copy in Muschelkalk limestone is carved pretty rough, with the tooth chisel marks still clearly visible. This gives the surface of the stone a lively effect; chisel traces enhancing the shapes of the man and the bird. For the head I used a fine tooth chisel, and a coarser tooth chisel with flat teeth for the bird, a so-called "gradine". This stone is a cornerstone too; the other three are laid out symmetrically with a head in the center and on both sides something he's carrying.