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Woodcarving Illustrated Issue 64 Fall 2013

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Woodcarving Illustrated Magazine Issue #64
FEATURES The Wonderful Wizard of Oregon By Toni Fitzgerald Gary Burns uses self-taught techniques to carve out a fantastic niche Back to School By Mindy Kinsey Learn to carve or hone your skills at schools and classes across the country Story Time By Kathleen Ryan Carlo Olkeriil tells American stories in traditional Palauan style Carving Like Maniacs By Ayleen Stellhorn Turning a Halloween hobby into a pumpkin-carving business CNC Woodworking and Laser Cutting By Bob Duncan Computer-controlled routers and lasers speed production for repetitive cuts PROJECTS Carving a Wood Spirit By Harold Enlow Detailed instruction for carving your first wood spirit Power Carving an American Bison in Relief By Jose Valencia Learn the techniques to carve a gunstock on a less expensive wooden plate Carving a Goldfinch By Bob Guge Practice power carving by making this popular songbird Double-sided Holiday Ornament By Glenn Stewart Ingenious Santa/turkey ornament is a real attention-getter Carving a Caricature Horse By Dave Stetson Weary old nag is a great companion for any cowboy carving Carving Kris Kringle By Bob Mason Get a head start on your holiday carving with this simple Santa Carving a Chipmunk By Desiree Hajny Carve, burn, and paint this realistic version of a backyard visitor PATTERNS A Fantasy Favorite By Don Dearolf Customize this caricature wizard by changing the staff and paint colors Carving a Little Guy By Keith Randich Learn to carve a basic figure and then personalize it as much as you like TECHNIQUES Chip Carving an Eagle By Lora S. Irish Practice basic chip carving techniques with this patriotic design Carving a Native American Eye By John Burke Techniques for capturing the distinctive shape of these special eyes
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Weight 0.500000
Pages 96
Size 8.5" x 11"
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