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.


Commerson’s Dolphins

Commerson’s Dolphins: Steve Heath carves a majestic, wave riding mammal… the Commerson dolphin Dolphins make great subjects for the beginner…


Here be Dragons

Here be Dragons: Dave Western discusses his favourite dragon designs that work best on a lovespoon Because I am a…


Angelfish Shoal on Coral

Angelfish Shoal on Coral: Jean Grace continues to carve small creatures, but this time she goes for an aquatic theme …


Mackintosh Panel

Mackintosh Panel: Steve Bisco carves an oak panel in the style of Charles Rennie Mackintosh Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868–1928) was…


Carving a Swan, part 2

Carving a Swan, part 2: Andrew Thomas finishes carving the swan – See part 1 here In the last part I…


Carving a Swan, part 1

Carving a Swan, part 1: Andrew Thomas carves a royal bird, the swan The form of the swan lends itself…


Carved Eagle Clock

Carved Eagle Clock: Man and nature combine in Vladimir Davydov’s challenging piece A unique piece, this carved eagle was made entirely…


Mouse Letter Opener

Mouse Letter Opener: Paul Purnell makes good use of leftover gun stock by carving this handy letter opener Should a…

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