Wood Carving Illustrated - Issue #23 - Summer 2003
Lynn Diel designs and builds his own inexpensive tool holder
and you can too.
Apple Key Rack
Here’s a fun, quick and functional project for a rainy day.
The Flexcut™ Craft Carver set is compact and ideal for entry-level, intermediate and even professional carvers.
Harold Enlow walks you through his step-by-step Ozark’s caricature.
Woodcarver of the Year
Meet WCI’s 2003 recipient, Desiree Hajny.
This area of carving—where the emphasis is on form over detail—is
one of the fastest growing. Visit with and experience carvers of this style.
The Patterns of Lora S. Irish
This Fox Chapel Books author creates an original pattern exclusively
for WCI readers in this magazine and in future issues.
A Master of Acanthus Carving
Born in Norway and trained there in this classic style, Hans Sandom designs and decorates a variety of wooden pieces with this popular motif.
Acanthus Sign Board
A gorgeous sign board can display your carving skills in your home
and be a great decorative item.
Carving the Nose
Frank Russell shows how to make your carvings a winner by a nose.
Casting Part II
Dave Stetson demonstrates how to advance to a more difficult
carving to mold and cast.
The Native-Style Carvings of Ray Mighells
He draws inspiration from the work of Native Americans and
First Nations Peoples.
Wanda Marsh’s painting instructions go hand-in-hand with this project.
Chairpersons of Congress
Volunteers such as Larry and Carol Yudis keep the annual
International Woodcarvers Congress in session.
Wood Review: Jelutong
Woodcarvers find this relatively light wood—with its soft but firm
texture and medium density—exceptionally easy to carve.
World Champion Tom Matus shares his tips and techniques
for creating a working drake mallard decoy.
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