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Woodcarving Illustrated Issue 47 Summer 2009

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Buyer's Guide: Choosing a Power Carver. Whittling a Folk Art Whirligig. Miniature Bald Eagle. Super Simple Photo Frames You Can Make. Carve a Classic Walking Stick. How to Woodburn (carve/woodburn a wolf) Extra details make your work come alive! 10 Quick Ideas for Camp & Trail - Slip-bark Whistle. Click on the image to see this issue's table of contents
FEATURES Best of Show Award-winning carvings from the nation's top woodcarving shows Sharing the Joy of Carving Wood By Dave Brock Build self confidence and provide a life-long hobby by teaching kids to carve First Cuts Mark Gargac and Fred Wilbur provide valuable tips for carvers and share their first carvings Exploring the Culture of Maori Woodcarving By Mike Davies New Zealand natives use woodcarving to document their history and honor their ancestors PROJECTS Making a Tramp Art Frame By Jim Sebring Easy chip cuts and simple joints make this frame an ideal project for novice carvers Hand Carve a Realistic Wolf By Dee Gipson Woodburn detailed fur texture on this classic predator Power Carve an Eagle Pin By Al Groncki Miniature project hones your carving and burning techniques Create a Nostalgic Whirligig By Vernon DePauw Simple carved features, spinning arms, and a rustic finish make this project a winner Carving a Wren in the Round By Chris Pye Work with the grain and supporting wood to add strength to fragile areas Making a Gargoyle Cane By Shawn Cipa Construction techniques for carving a functional cane Carving a Watchful Dragon By Floyd Rhadigan This fun shelf sitter is the perfect guardian for your bookshelf TECHNIQUES How to Select the Right Power Carving Equipment By Chuck Solomon and Dave Hamilton An overview of the types of tools and different models Carving Realistic Wrinkles and Folds By Mary-Ann Jack-Bleach and Fred Zavadil Create accurate details by studying how clothing relates to anatomy Creating a Simple Armature By Marv Kaisersatt Design your own carving with the aid of armatures and clay models DEPARTMENTS Editor's Column From Our Mailbag News and Notes Tips and Techniques Reader Gallery Product Review Relief Column Calendar of Events Coming Features Ad Directory & Classifieds Woodchips
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Weight 0.500000
Pages 96
Size 8.5" x 11"
Author Al Groncki, Bob Duncan, Charles Solomon, Chris Pye, Dave Brock, David Hamilton, Dee Gipson, Floyd Rhadigan, Fred Zavadil, Jim Sebring, Marv Kaisersatt, Mary-Ann Jack-Bleach, Mike Davies, Shawn Cipa, Vernon DePauw
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