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.


The Diary of a Student Woodcarver

The Diary of a Student Woodcarver: William Barsley describes carving a baroque scroll from Hampstead Parish Church, and his exciting…


Heraldic Beasts

Heraldic Beasts: Steve Bisco explores some mythical beasts in heraldry. Heraldic beasts have figured strongly in woodcarving and stonecarving for…


Victorian Dragon Panel

Victorian Dragon Panel: Steve Bisco carves a Victorian dragon panel in oak. The dragon in this project is of Welsh…


Passenger Pigeon

Passenger Pigeon: Mike Wood shows how to carve a beautiful extinct bird. The passenger pigeon (Ectopistes migratorius) has been extinct since…


Celtic Snowflakes

Celtic Snowflakes: Dave Western shows how to create some wintery decorations. With wood bins bursting with all sorts of off-cuts that…


Marvellous Mallard

Marvellous Mallard: Marc Cotterill shows how to carve a mallard duck stick head. The mallard duck is closely related to…


Neo-Renaissance Mirror Frame

Neo-Renaissance Mirror Frame: Exploring the styles of ornament. If there were some workshops producing high quality carving and furniture in…

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