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Woodcarving Illustrated Issue 58 Spring 2012

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Woodcarving Illustrated Magazine Issue #58
FEATURES Rising from the Ashes By Kathleen Ryan Burn survivor John Capanna draws strength and healing from wood Motivated to Create By Kathleen Ryan A self-help seminar inspired Phil and Vicki Bishop to quit their jobs and carve full time The Work of Rob Lucero By Bob Duncan Lifelong artist creates jewelry based on his varied passions Carving Scenic Stamps By Carrie Dennison Use traditional stamp-making techniques to share your relief carvings with family and friends Tequila Worm Bottle Stopper By Jim Willis Small-scale bottle stopper is fun to carve Power Carving a Life-Size Whistling Swan By Thomas McCollum Basic techniques allow you to create a swan in any size Carving a Cascading Ribbon Heart Pendant By Rob Lucero Power-carved design is easy to make Carving and Painting a Folk Art Rooster By Don Swartz Vivid colors highlight this nostalgic pull toy Carving a Caricature Elephant By Floyd Rhadigan Bassword egg reduces time spent roughing out Creating a Pierced Relief Carving By Dan Katz 15th-century design has modern appeal Chip Carved Crosses By John Niggemeyer Miniature designs make great ornaments or key chains Folding Carving Bench By Jack Schmauch Sturdy carving bench packs easily for travel TECHNIQUES Holding Your Work By Chris Pye Use simple methods to secure your blank for easier and safer carving Making Custom Colors By Robert Triplett and Bob Duncan Mix your own dyes and stains
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