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Woodcarving Magazine March-April 2012 Back Issue

English 129 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Woodworking) Only $4.99
In issue 125 of Woodcarving we catch up with John Surplice, a carver with an unusual method and a wonderful variety of carvings, showcasing wood in all its different forms. In part 6 of Peter Clothier’s series of hand tools, we look at specialist shaping tools and their uses. For projects, Chris Pye talks us through the carving of his Victorian lintel, Andy Hibberd shows us how he carved his stone Art Deco gecko and Andrew Thomas explains the process of carving his sculptural lips. Plus Mike Wood’s incredibly lifelike buzzard.

Rick Harney is featured in our ’20 minutes with’ and we encourage our readers to join us for our International Woodcarver of The Year competition where one of our readers will receive the prestigious title.

On test this month, we have tools from Woodart, Igraine and Woodoc plus The Carver’s Toolbag where we give a roundup of all the latest tools and products specially selected to meet your carving needs. Another great issue, so don’t miss out on yours!
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March-April 2012 In issue 125 of Woodcarving we catch up with John Surplice, a carver with an unusual method and a wonderful variety of carvings, showcasing wood in all its different forms. In part 6 of Peter Clothier’s series of hand tools, we look at specialist shaping tools and their uses. For projects, Chris Pye talks us through the carving of his Victorian lintel, Andy Hibberd shows us how he carved his stone Art Deco gecko and Andrew Thomas explains the process of carving his sculptural lips. Plus Mike Wood’s incredibly lifelike buzzard. Rick Harney is featured in our ’20 minutes with’ and we encourage our readers to join us for our International Woodcarver of The Year competition where one of our readers will receive the prestigious title. On test this month, we have tools from Woodart, Igraine and Woodoc plus The Carver’s Toolbag where we give a roundup of all the latest tools and products specially selected to meet your carving needs. Another great issue, so don’t miss out on yours!


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In issue 125 of Woodcarving we catch up with John Surplice, a carver with an unusual method and a wonderful variety of carvings, showcasing wood in all its different forms. In part 6 of Peter Clothier’s series of hand tools, we look at specialist shaping tools and their uses. For projects, Chris Pye talks us through the carving of his Victorian lintel, Andy Hibberd shows us how he carved his stone Art Deco gecko and Andrew Thomas explains the process of carving his sculptural lips. Plus Mike Wood’s incredibly lifelike buzzard.

Rick Harney is featured in our ’20 minutes with’ and we encourage our readers to join us for our International Woodcarver of The Year competition where one of our readers will receive the prestigious title.

On test this month, we have tools from Woodart, Igraine and Woodoc plus The Carver’s Toolbag where we give a roundup of all the latest tools and products specially selected to meet your carving needs. 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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Outstanding Magazine. Although, Has the tendency for too many articles on carving animals. Reviewed Thursday, February 18, 2021
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I would like to see more from women carvers. Very much enjoy the magazine Reviewed Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Great for professionals

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