Schiffer Publishing Ltd - Carving Animal Canes & Walking Sticks with Power
Read this book and carve life-like animal-handled canes and walking sticks with power tools. Over 180 clear color photos and concise, informative text take the reader through all the tools,...
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Read this book and carve life-like animal-handled canes and walking sticks with power tools. Over 180 clear color photos and concise, informative text take the reader through all the tools, techniques, and individual steps; from carving the blank and setting the eyes to texturing the fur and painting the finished handle.
Patterns are provided for fifteen projects to make handles that depict an elephant, bear, sheep, bison, chimpanzee, horse, dog, groundhog, cobra, lion, rabbit, squirrel, tiger, and walrus. Instructions are given for procuring, sizing, and fastening shafts. This book will challenge and delight the novice and inspire a seasoned wood carver.
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A very good reference and useful for the beginning carver. Very good for young carvers like Boy Scouts who want walking sticks.
Needed things to keep me busy in retirement - this helps
OK,Patterns are lacking
I am currently using this book and trying to incorporate it into my work. Some of the explanations will put you to sleep but it is explained very well. The patterns offered in this book are lacking for me as they should be more like patterns and not pen and ink drawnings.