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Woodcarving Magazine July-Aug 2011 Back Issue

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Join Woodcarving as we bring you this special issue in celebration of wildlife, with projects, techniques and galleries all dedicated to animals, birds and fish…

Our wildlife projects include carving, pyrographing and painting a gyrfalcon bird of prey with Mike Wood; a stylised stretching leopard with Bill Prickett; a passenger pigeon with Chris Hindley; and a silverback gorilla with Paul Bignell.

In techniques Peter Benson gets to grips with animal anatomy and form; Sue Walters shows how to pyrograph realistic fur; and Tom Dean demonstrates how he represents the markings found on trout.

Plus join us as we share with you some of the finest wildlife carving from some of the best carvers in the world, gathered together in our superb gallery!

And don’t forget that this is the last chance to enter our Woodcarving Competition 2011 – entry form inside!

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 this special edition of Woodcarving magazine.
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July-Aug 2011 Join Woodcarving as we bring you this special issue in celebration of wildlife, with projects, techniques and galleries all dedicated to animals, birds and fish… Our wildlife projects include carving, pyrographing and painting a gyrfalcon bird of prey with Mike Wood; a stylised stretching leopard with Bill Prickett; a passenger pigeon with Chris Hindley; and a silverback gorilla with Paul Bignell. In techniques Peter Benson gets to grips with animal anatomy and form; Sue Walters shows how to pyrograph realistic fur; and Tom Dean demonstrates how he represents the markings found on trout. Plus join us as we share with you some of the finest wildlife carving from some of the best carvers in the world, gathered together in our superb gallery! And don’t forget that this is the last chance to enter our Woodcarving Competition 2011 – entry form inside! 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 this special edition of Woodcarving magazine.


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Join Woodcarving as we bring you this special issue in celebration of wildlife, with projects, techniques and galleries all dedicated to animals, birds and fish…

Our wildlife projects include carving, pyrographing and painting a gyrfalcon bird of prey with Mike Wood; a stylised stretching leopard with Bill Prickett; a passenger pigeon with Chris Hindley; and a silverback gorilla with Paul Bignell.

In techniques Peter Benson gets to grips with animal anatomy and form; Sue Walters shows how to pyrograph realistic fur; and Tom Dean demonstrates how he represents the markings found on trout.

Plus join us as we share with you some of the finest wildlife carving from some of the best carvers in the world, gathered together in our superb gallery!

And don’t forget that this is the last chance to enter our Woodcarving Competition 2011 – entry form inside!

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 this special 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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Outstanding Magazine. Although, Has the tendency for too many articles on carving animals. Reviewed February 18, 2021
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I would like to see more from women carvers. Very much enjoy the magazine Reviewed March 18, 2020

Great for professionals

Lots of lessons Reviewed July 24, 2019

Very inspiring

Full of ideas Reviewed July 23, 2019

Never disappoints

Shelving at its best Reviewed July 20, 2019