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Woodcarving Magazine Jan-Feb 2012 Back Issue

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Join Woodcarving as we start 2012 with the January/February edition of your favourite magazine. In this issue, Susan Alexander reports from the International Woodcarving Congress, and we show a selection of the stunning carvings that were on show.

In this month’s issue we have some great projects for you to carve, including Bob Jubb’s Netsuke cockerel, before Paul Bignell brings a bit of nature indoors with his carved autumn leaves and finally, Steve Bisco practices classic stone carving with his rocky ruins article.

Our technical articles include Tom Deane’s article on bison skull, and he talks us through the process behind this article, focussing on techniques for creating horns, teeth and skull. Peter Clothier continues his series on hand tools; Dave Wilkins carries on with part 2 of his stick making article and Frederick Wilbur shares his tips on practising techniques with sample panels.

In addition to our special feature on the International Woodcarving Congress, we also have a report from Pam Wilson who attended the recent Bakewell show.

To complete this edition of Woodcarving, regulars such as News, From the Forums, tests, and The Art of Carving continue to inform and keep you updated with all things woodcarving.

Make sure you don’t miss the January/February edition of Woodcarving magazine.
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Jan-Feb 2012 Join Woodcarving as we start 2012 with the January/February edition of your favourite magazine. In this issue, Susan Alexander reports from the International Woodcarving Congress, and we show a selection of the stunning carvings that were on show. In this month’s issue we have some great projects for you to carve, including Bob Jubb’s Netsuke cockerel, before Paul Bignell brings a bit of nature indoors with his carved autumn leaves and finally, Steve Bisco practices classic stone carving with his rocky ruins article. Our technical articles include Tom Deane’s article on bison skull, and he talks us through the process behind this article, focussing on techniques for creating horns, teeth and skull. Peter Clothier continues his series on hand tools; Dave Wilkins carries on with part 2 of his stick making article and Frederick Wilbur shares his tips on practising techniques with sample panels. In addition to our special feature on the International Woodcarving Congress, we also have a report from Pam Wilson who attended the recent Bakewell show. To complete this edition of Woodcarving, regulars such as News, From the Forums, tests, and The Art of Carving continue to inform and keep you updated with all things woodcarving. Make sure you don’t miss the January/February edition of Woodcarving magazine.


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Join Woodcarving as we start 2012 with the January/February edition of your favourite magazine. In this issue, Susan Alexander reports from the International Woodcarving Congress, and we show a selection of the stunning carvings that were on show.

In this month’s issue we have some great projects for you to carve, including Bob Jubb’s Netsuke cockerel, before Paul Bignell brings a bit of nature indoors with his carved autumn leaves and finally, Steve Bisco practices classic stone carving with his rocky ruins article.

Our technical articles include Tom Deane’s article on bison skull, and he talks us through the process behind this article, focussing on techniques for creating horns, teeth and skull. Peter Clothier continues his series on hand tools; Dave Wilkins carries on with part 2 of his stick making article and Frederick Wilbur shares his tips on practising techniques with sample panels.

In addition to our special feature on the International Woodcarving Congress, we also have a report from Pam Wilson who attended the recent Bakewell show.

To complete this edition of Woodcarving, regulars such as News, From the Forums, tests, and The Art of Carving continue to inform and keep you updated with all things woodcarving.

Make sure you don’t miss the January/February edition of Woodcarving magazine.
read more read less
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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I would like to see more from women carvers. Very much enjoy the magazine Reviewed March 18, 2020

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