British artist James Doran Webb created unbelievable life-size horses out of salvaged driftwood as a part of an ongoing series of animal’s sculptures. It is well noteworthy of fascinating the representation of motion in sculpture, by go all out to produce vibrant sense of energy in every animal. Doran Webb lived several years in Philippines and gets extensive experience of driftwood, and then composed the art with the help of salvage driftwood. Doran Webb works on large stockpile of wood and collects the pieces that present finest natural form of the animal and its muscle structure. He spent his childhood in the workshop of antiques Restoration Company, runs by his parent’s, by the time passed he developed himself in an accomplished antique dealer, and also convert himself in competent cabinet maker, with extensive experience of whittling, carving and refinishing. In 2005, he decided to started work with driftwood by getting the idea of his furniture design and that was the point he started to different experiment with animal sculptures.