Carving Santas for Today
Open this book and learn from expert carver Tom Wolfe. Tom Wolfe's Santa Claus carvings have enchanted carvers and collectors alike with their joviality and character. By popular demand, he...
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Open this book and learn from expert carver Tom Wolfe. Tom Wolfe's Santa Claus carvings have enchanted carvers and collectors alike with their joviality and character. By popular demand, he revisits Old Saint Nick with a carving of the "jolly old elf" walking with a cane. With 340 color photographs, the reader is taken step-by-step through the carving process.
Easy-to-follow instructions review some of the basic techniques of carving caricatures before introducing some new tricks for carving and finishing the figures. There is a large gallery offering four-sided views of a variety of Santas, which will be a useful guide. The exciting variety of Santas will inspire carvers to produce full figure carvings, busts, ornaments, bottle stoppers, and more. This is a great book for woodcarvers of all ages.
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