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Woodcarving Magazine May-June 2013 Back Issue

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In Issue 132 of Woodcarving, Simon Frost meets the wonderful Illinois bird carver Bob Guge. Michael Painter takes a look at the many virtues of the fluter, Andy Hibberd brings you the final part of his maquette technique series, and Peter Benson has some tips on adding detail and correcting mistakes. By popular demand, Alan Holtham teaches you all you need to know about bandsaw set-up, and Chris Pye offers some preventative advice on keeping blue edges at bay. Steve Bisco shows us how to create delicate petals and thin leaves with his limewood lily project, Peter Clothier carves and paints a pull-along dog toy, Mike Wood carves and paints two little owls, Zoe Gertner carves a rustic sleeping cat, and Nic Westermann shows you how to carve an attractive fluted bowl.

In this month’s Reader’s Showcase, we meet Graham Biggs to find out more about his life in carving, and Ben Hawthorne shares a few well-used tips on the many methods of finishing in this month’s From the Workshop.

On top of that, we’ve got the Carver’s Toolbag, where we give a roundup of all the latest tools and products specially selected to meet your carving needs, plus news from the BWA and BDWCA and some dates for your diaries. Another great issue, so don’t miss out on yours!
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May-June 2013 In Issue 132 of Woodcarving, Simon Frost meets the wonderful Illinois bird carver Bob Guge. Michael Painter takes a look at the many virtues of the fluter, Andy Hibberd brings you the final part of his maquette technique series, and Peter Benson has some tips on adding detail and correcting mistakes. By popular demand, Alan Holtham teaches you all you need to know about bandsaw set-up, and Chris Pye offers some preventative advice on keeping blue edges at bay. Steve Bisco shows us how to create delicate petals and thin leaves with his limewood lily project, Peter Clothier carves and paints a pull-along dog toy, Mike Wood carves and paints two little owls, Zoe Gertner carves a rustic sleeping cat, and Nic Westermann shows you how to carve an attractive fluted bowl. In this month’s Reader’s Showcase, we meet Graham Biggs to find out more about his life in carving, and Ben Hawthorne shares a few well-used tips on the many methods of finishing in this month’s From the Workshop. On top of that, we’ve got the Carver’s Toolbag, where we give a roundup of all the latest tools and products specially selected to meet your carving needs, plus news from the BWA and BDWCA and some dates for your diaries. Another great issue, so don’t miss out on yours!


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In Issue 132 of Woodcarving, Simon Frost meets the wonderful Illinois bird carver Bob Guge. Michael Painter takes a look at the many virtues of the fluter, Andy Hibberd brings you the final part of his maquette technique series, and Peter Benson has some tips on adding detail and correcting mistakes. By popular demand, Alan Holtham teaches you all you need to know about bandsaw set-up, and Chris Pye offers some preventative advice on keeping blue edges at bay. Steve Bisco shows us how to create delicate petals and thin leaves with his limewood lily project, Peter Clothier carves and paints a pull-along dog toy, Mike Wood carves and paints two little owls, Zoe Gertner carves a rustic sleeping cat, and Nic Westermann shows you how to carve an attractive fluted bowl.

In this month’s Reader’s Showcase, we meet Graham Biggs to find out more about his life in carving, and Ben Hawthorne shares a few well-used tips on the many methods of finishing in this month’s From the Workshop.

On top of that, we’ve got the Carver’s Toolbag, where we give a roundup of all the latest tools and products specially selected to meet your carving needs, plus news from the BWA and BDWCA and some dates for your diaries. Another great issue, so don’t miss out on yours!
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Woodcarving is a truly international title that focuses on the art and techniques of carving as practised all over the world. The magazine is a blend of inspiration and instruction, with fascinating features about prized and historic examples of the craft. Published six times a year, Woodcarving contains a diverse mix of illustrated step-by-step projects and techniques to help readers improve their skills. Readers’ work from the UK and abroad is included in every issue, helping to convey the magazine as an important home for the global carving community.

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Articles in this issue


Below is a selection of articles in Woodcarving May-June 2013.