Wood Carving Illustrated Issue 36 Fall 2006
Improve Your Skills with 8 Step-by-Step Tutorials. Classic Decoy Carving in the Antique Style. Western Relief Portrait. Intro to Carving Tools with Chris Pye. Easy Beginner's Clock. Nostalgic Hobo Caricature. Woodcarver of the Year - Marvin Kaisersatt. Click Image to view Table of Contents
Features Woodcarver of the Year By Bob Duncan Wood Carving Illustrated honors Marvin Kaisersatt Anthony Hillman’s Passion for Carving Waterfowl By Bob Duncan Turning your interests into a career can be very rewarding The Work of Frank Feather By Shawn Meyers Traveling carver leaves a lasting and valuable legacy Projects Maple Leaf Pin By Kenny Vermillion Power carve this charming seasonal brooch Brown Pelican By Gordon and Marsha Stiller It’s Me, Frank By Vicki Bishop Monster caricature is a treat to carve Carving a Hen Wood Duck By Tom Matus Basic tools and techniques for an authentic antique-style hunting decoy Relief-Carved Horse Portrait By Dean Troutman Classic portrait makes a bold statement Patchwork Clock By Cyndi Joslyn Easy-to-carve clock is a great beginner project Chip-Carved Wedding Plate By Barry McKenzie Decorative, personalized plate makes a beautiful wedding gift Halloween Witch By Anthony Costanza Create this folk-style carving using only a hobby knife Carve a Hobo By Jim and Margie Maxwell A few tools, some paint, plus a little time gives you this American icon Techniques Tools of the Trade By Chris Pye An introduction to the tools used in traditional woodcarving. Departments Editor’s Column Author Spotlight Letters to the Editor Info Exchange Bragging Page News & Notes New Products Scroll Saw Basics Wood Review
|Size||8.5" x 11"|
|Author||Anthony Costanza, Barry McKenzie, Bob Duncan, Chris Pye, Cyndi Joslyn, Dean Troutman, Gordan & Marsha Stiller, Jim Maxwell, Kenny Vermillion, Margie Maxwell, Shawn Meyers, Tom Matus, Vicki Bishop|
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