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.

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Tips for Carving Otters

Tips for Carving Otters When I was a boy, my playground was the water meadows around Winchester in Hampshire, through…

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Carving a Perch and Fry Shoal

Carving a Perch and Fry Shoal Things you will need • 6mm coarse grit ‘Typhoon’ carbide burr • 3mm fine…

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Carving Scrolls

Carving Scrolls Carving scrolls into furniture is a technique that has been around for many centuries because of its simplistic…

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Alder Owl

Alder Owl Like a stale bread roll, the longer you keep your carving timber, the harder it gets, and when…

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Ranakpur Jain Temple

Ranakpur Jain Temple This stunning 15th-century marble temple honours Adinath, the founder of the Jain religion Considered to be one…

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Carving a Figure: the Female Form

Carving a Figure: the Female Form Britain’s leading carver, Ray Gonzalez offers his thirty years of experience to carvers who…

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Tips for Carving Hedgehogs

Tips for Carving Hedgehogs We used to regularly get hedgehogs in our garden, but sadly in recent years I have seen…

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