Wood Carving Illustrated Issue 28 Fall
Step-by-Step Articles Show You How to Carve. Wildlife Patterns Inside. Relief Carved Bulldog Bulletin Board. Learn how to take Pumpkin Carving to the Extreme. We Test JansenArt Acrylic Paints and the Ultimate Power Sharpener. Dayton, Ohio's Fabulous Miniature Carvings. Carve this Folk Art Fox. Click on image to see Table of Contents.
Folk Art Fox Here’s a quick and easy project with lots of appeal. Ozark Grin Carving legend Harold Enlow shows you why the mouth, more than any part of the face, enhances the look of a figure. Carving a Realistic Dachshund Mastering these basic techniques will enable you to bring any breed of dog out of the wood. From the Mind of James The imaginative and award-winning works of James Fecteau will fuel your passion for carving. Paint a Scandinavian-Style Troll Master carver Harley Refsal shares his techniques for painting the character you carved from the last issue. Caribou Pattern by Gordon Stiller Introducing a new regular pattern column from Gordon Stiller’s pattern archive of about 2,500 land and sea animals. Extreme Pumpkin Carving This October, showcase your carving skills with something special for Halloween. Product Review Sealing and priming is faster and more effective and blending is purer with the new JansenArt Traditions high quality matte acrylic paint. Celebrating Small Victories Here’s a challenge—try carving in a 2" x 2" cube. You won’t believe these carvers’ work from the Dayton, Ohio, Artistry in Wood competitions. Sassafras Turtle Leo Datzman, a winner in the WCI-Woodcraft® Supply 2003 Wildlife Carving Contest, recalls what he did for his tortoise to finish first in the Amateur—Other Wildlife division. Swiss Woodcarvings Bulldog Bulletin Board Bow-wow wow! Kathy Wise shows how to relief carve this popular dog to watch over your messages and reminders. An Introduction to Carving Miniature—Netsuke Welcome to Susan Wraight’s small, small world of netsuke, part of Japanese traditional dress now highly sought after collector pieces worth $1,000s. Lost in Thought Santa—Pattern Profile Wood Review: Tulipwood Not easy to carve but its rich colors, fine texture and straight grain make it appealing. The Dream Weaver There’s much to learn from professional woodcarver Ian Norbury, whose carvings are in collections all over the world. Ultimate Power Sharpener Put to the test, this sharpening machine has a lot going for it, including easy handling of heavy-duty carving tools while running fast enough to make a sharp, polished cutting edge relatively quick. Regular Columns Publisher’s Letter From Our Mailbag News & Notes Tips & Techniques Relief Column from Lora S. Irish Reader’s Gallery Calendar of Events Advertising Directory Classifieds
|Size||8.5" x 11"|
|Author||Harley Refsal, Harold Enlow, Kathy Wise, Roger Schroeder, Tom Matus, Wayne Shinlever, Cathy Hart, Jack Kochan, Leo Datzman, Susan Wraight, Tim Jumper|
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