Browsing: Woodcarving

Woodcarving is a bi-monthly magazine that is read in 57 countries worldwide. It includes inspiring features, projects, technical articles and reviews, and features the work of top professionals and the most talented amateur carvers from around the world, It has a new, picture-led design which offers insight into the process of creating both great and humble carvings.


Chippendale Console

Chippendale Console: Steve Bisco carves a console bracket from Chippendale’s Director. To commemorate Thomas Chippendale’s 300th birthday I thought it…


Butterfly Relief Carving

Butterfly Relief Carving: Andrew Thomas demonstrates how to produce a low-relief carving of a butterfly on a leaf. The butterfly…


Looking at Freeform Chip Carving

Looking at Freeform Chip Carving: Murray Taylor opens up the world of freeform chip carving, introducing a new tool and…


Dragon Brooch

Dragon Brooch: Dave Western shows how to make a Welsh-inspired pin brooch. My wife is fond of wearing scarves when…


Lyre-shaped Thumbstick

Lyre-shaped Thumbstick: Paul Purnell makes a lyre-shaped thumbstick. Following on from last month’s article on joining a shank to a…


Louis XVI Rosette

Louis XVI Rosette: Johan Roudy shows two different ways to carve the same pattern. To illustrate Louis XVI style, I…

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