Lance Larson – Custom Carving and Engraving

Lance Larson – Custom Carving and Engraving

From L. Larson Studio:

“I love the warm feel of wood and the beauty if it’s grain. I have a passion for woodcarving, especially Custom Gunstock Carvings. It’s important to me that my carvings enhance the beauty of the wood, not cover it up. My enjoyment comes from making your firearm truly a family heirloom for you. Each piece is uniquely designed and will never be duplicated. Your hand carved stock will become an heirloom to be passed down from generation to generation and cherished for all time.”

Play the video below to see some of Lance’s carving and engraving projects.

Make sure to use the View in Full Screen Button in the player for better viewing.

I just finished the design and install of Lance’s new web site ( and “handed it over” to Lance.

Lance has now begun to add to his web site to further market his carving and engraving studio.

After making some changes to the home page of his web site, and publishing his first blog post, Lance asked me to critique his site – just to make sure everything is right.

I recorded the process, showing the recommended changes – for everyone to see.

If you are interested in seeing how easy it is for Lance to make changes to his own web site, watch the video below.

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2 Responses to Lance Larson – Custom Carving and Engraving

  1. Debbie Cornman June 14, 2010 at 6:32 pm #

    Fantastic website! Your carvings are wonderful!

  2. Carole Edwards July 9, 2010 at 7:14 am #

    Not sure I’ve already commented, but I really like the way your pictures come together on your web site. You’ve got a great selection and variety of the things you do. You have different applications of the ivory inlay that the average bear hasn’t tried to do. And I think your artwork improves every day, and that’s important, consistant improvement on what you do. The market place is very competitive and to have a spot in it, you have to be changing and perfecting what you do. And that’s what you are doing all the time. Getting better!