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Over 390 photographs and complete patterns for 8 Scottish Golfers including the featured golfer "Jock MacFore" Eldon will guide you step-by-step starting with the making your own cut-out, through the squaring-off and then roundingoff stages with full color photography of each step. A member of Caricature Carver's of America, Eldon has developed his own unique style for detailing the face and explains how to carve all the features in a manner that even beginner carvers can follow. Each step is photographed and explained in an easy ro understand language. Eldon has included complete patterns of Jock MacFore's seven Scottish Friends: Angus MacMulligan Duncan MacDivot William MacNiblick Dugal MacMashie Old Long Ball Donald MacDuffer Plus photographs of Rock MacCurler Jock is not just a golfer - you will find photographs with his other sporting equipment: a baseball bat, fishing pole, curling broom, and even a tennis racket. You will learn how to make and use cardboard templates for each body part, which tools are best for each job; which paint brush to use for each step; along with tips and quips throughout. Eldon doesn't give you the brush off when it comes to painting either! He has included 37 step-by-step photographs just of the painting process alone. he makes it easy for you to really bring your carving alive and ready for Tee Off Show Time.

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Carving MacGolfers

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Product code: 87
$15.95
CCA member guides you step-by-step through the entire process. Inlcudes everything from making the cut-out to painting. 390 photos.
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Weight 0.5625
Author Eldon Humphreys
Pages 36
Product Form Paperback
Size 11" x 8.5"
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