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Carving Undercover Santas

12 Projects in Wood with Patterns and Painting Instructions

Author - Russell Scott
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Carving Undercover Santas features 13 projects for woodcarvings of Santa Claus in disguise, along with templates, step-by-step instructions, and painting tips.

He's always watching, but ever wonder how? Carving Undercover Santas features 7 step-by-step projects with patterns for carving Santa in disguises during his off-season, plus a gallery of 6 additional designs. From a Chef and Park Ranger Santa to a Lifeguard and Basketball Coach Santa, make St. Nick part of your décor all year-round!

Make Santa a part of your home decor all year long!
  • 13 projects for wooden carvings of Santa in his various off-season disguises
  • Step-by-step instructions to carve and paint 7 of the projects
  • Santa is disguised as a fireman, lifeguard, sport coach, policeman, and more
  • Author Russell Scott is a skilled wood carving artist known for his Santa caricatures

He's always watching, but ever wonder how? Carving Undercover Santas features 13 patterns for carving Santa in disguise.

Carve Santa as a librarian, policeman, park ranger, lifeguard, basketball coach, fireman, and more! Included are 7 step-by-step projects and patterns, plus a gallery of an additional 6 designs. Author Russell Scott is an award-winning carving artist and instructor that is known for his distinctive style of caricature Santa carving. See Santa throughout his off-season and make him a part of your décor all year-round!

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Weight 0.800000
Series None
Pages 128
Size 7" x 9" x .354"
Author Russell Scott
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Russell Scott signed up for his first wood carving class in 1999 through community education and loved it from the start. His first teacher assigned six carving projects in the eight week class using hand tools only and a wide selection of woods (basswood, catalpa, red cedar, butternut, aspen, and pine). The final class project was a Santa Claus figure. Russ thought his first Santa carving was a masterpiece.

Since that time he has taken many carvings classes from a wide range of instructors (locally and nationally), studied books, videos, and carving magazines. He has carved and consulted with other woodcarvers through the years from whom he learned many techniques and methods for carving, painting, and finishing. He has developed his own style of carving and specializes in carving human figures, especially Santa Claus.

Each carving is done entirely by hand, carved free-form from a model that Russ has developed using computer software and drawings. After carving each character, it is painted to enhance the image. He carves mostly in basswood and cottonwood bark. His carvings have received awards at carving shows, county and state fairs, and national carving contests. He is a member of several professional carving organizations. He also teaches woodcarving classes and has written several instructional wood carving books and created videos which can be viewed on YouTube.

Santa Claus as you have never seen him (or her) before! Here is a book full of fun carving projects of this perennial favorite but with a novel twist. This book will appeal to carvers of any skill level. PAUL PURNELL, Wood Carving Illustrated contributor
Find Santa in the people of our communities that help us every day. Lori Dickie, author of Quick & Cute Carving Projects