Illustrated Guide to Carving Tree Bark: Releasing Whimsical Houses and Woodspirits from Found Wood
Award-winning carver Rick Jensen, with the help of carver/photographer Jack A. Williams, helps you release the natural beauty found in a piece of weathered cottonwood bark. He also provides...
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- 72 Pgs.
- Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing (July 28, 2004)
- ISBN-10: 1565232186
- ISBN-13: 978-1565232181
Learn from the artist how to sketch out your ideas before carving, or follow along with a series of detailed patterns of a variety of wood spirits. You'll be guided through each step of the finishing process to gain a soft, touchable finish by using a unique combination of lacquers, waxes, shoe polish, and paint.See 'Ships Direct From Manufacturer' link for warranty and return details.
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