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The Spring 2017 issue of the world's best how-to magazine for woodcarvers is packed with patterns, techniques, tips, and projects for all skill levels. Meet the father/daughter team of Nairi & Larisa Safaryan, and see how they use an indescribable technique to create utterly unique art. Randall Stoner, a lifelong fan of fantasy novels, captures his favorite tales in wood. Ralph Beam shows how to build your own carver's frame that leaves both hands free for carving. A clever geometrical design and careful carving turn Bill Johnson's flat plate into a chip-carved optical illusion. Other projects include a textured panda cub, a folk art chess set, a comical elephant hanging hook, and a keepsake rose made from scrap wood. Discover new techniques for lino print blocks, low-relief portraits, coloring book patterns, and much more!

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Woodcarving Illustrated Issue 78 Spring 2017

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The Spring 2017 issue of the world's best how-to magazine for woodcarvers is packed with patterns, techniques, tips, and projects for all skill levels. Capture favorite fantasy tales in wood. Build a DIY carver's frame that leaves both hands free for carving. Defy the eye with a chip-carved optical illusion. Other projects include a panda cub, folk art chess set, elephant hanging hook, keepsake rose, and more.
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Weight 0.5000
Author Editors of Woodcarving Illustrated Magazine
Pages 96
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Size 8.5" x 11"
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