Wood Carving Illustrated Issue 14 Spring 2001
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Woodburning Secrets for Carvers, Killer (Whale) Project by Canadian Champion Dennis Drechsler, Carving Horses, Swiss Made Tool Review, Chip Carving Tips and much more!
Moor Chip Carving - Father and son team is kicking up the chips across North America. Windsor Wood Carving Museum - Eye-catching exhibits make this a must-see museum. Tecumseh Comes to Windsor - Neil Z. Cox sculpts a Canadian legend. Carving and Painting a Magpie - Cam Merkle illustrates how to create this strikingly iridescent bird. Figurative Furniture - Jamie Russell brings together carved figures and impeccable joinery. Carving Horses - You can bet that Llew Bertsch’s horses have just the right proportions. Pyrography - Carole Peters warms us up to a hot topic among woodcarvers. Canadian Carves Canes - Dave Kemp makes canes fit for a knight. In the Spirit of Bark Carving - Tony Wispinski teaches how to bark up the right tree. Swiss-Made Tools Put to the Test - This brand stays on the cutting edge of great tools. Wood Review - Birch It’s a wood suited to both poets and woodcarvers. Carving and Painting a Killer Whale - Take the plunge with Dennis Drechsler and create a striking sculpture. Brant Festival - Vancouver Island, British Columbia offers a top carving show. Regular Columns, Editor’s Corner, Letters to the Editor, Events Calendar, On the Road, Classifieds, Advertisers’ Index and more.
|Size||8.5" x 11"|
|Author||Dennis Moor, John Mignone, Roger Schroeder, Cam Merkle, Dennis Dreschsler, James Russell, Todd Moor|
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