Woodcarving Illustrated Issue 79 Summer 2017
The Summer 2017 issue of the world's best how-to magazine for woodcarvers is packed with patterns, techniques, tips, and step-by-step projects for all skill levels. Learn to carve and sell craft show favorites, enjoy relaxing one-knife whittling projects, give found wood new life, try your hand at a realistic sea captain, and more.
The Summer 2017 issue of the world's best how-to magazine for woodcarvers is packed with patterns, techniques, tips, and step-by-step projects for all skill levels. The lazy days of summer are perfect for relaxing one-knife whittling projects—we’ve got you covered with projects like Bob Kozakiewicz’s simple Quick Wizard. If you want to carve and sell some perennial craft show favorites, try Vernon DePauw’s folk-art style Americana Whale, Glenn Stewart’s cheery Daisy Pin, or Don Arnett’s Custom Whistles. Found wood projects include Ed LeFave’s whimsical Sliding Ball-in-Cage, carved from a broken broom handle, and Marty Leenhout’s chip carved paint stir sticks from the local hardware store. Dylan Goodson shows how to use realistic anatomy to bring his classic Sea Captain carving project to life. And pyrography enthusiasts won’t want to miss Aline Hoff¬man’s creative techniques for woodburning soulful Animal Eyes.
|Size||8.5" x 11"|
|Author||Editors of Woodcarving Illustrated Magazine|
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