Wood Carving Illustrated - Issue #12 - Fall 2000
World Class Carvings: The Work of Ian Norbury. Build Your Own Dust Collector for under $50! Landscapes in Relief. Clay Modeling. Guide to Mixing Colors. Flexcut Tools Put to the Test.
British Invasion: Ian Norbury, one of Europe’s premier carvers, comes to the U.S. to offer instruction.
Carving for Safety’s Sake: Read ten tips to keep you safe and healthy.
The Pussycat: Art Shoemaker’s feline is a purr-fect carving for the beginner.
Pattern Profile: Wine Steward Here’s a project that puts a cork in your favorite bottle.
Color Wheel Basics: Mixing colors is as easy as saying red, yellow and blue.
Fine Art of Carousel Restoration and Painting: Pam Hessey shares her magic for bringing wooden figures back to life.
Introduction to Free-Form Chip Carving: Barry McKenzie describes what he calls calligraphy with a knife.
Landscapes in Relief: Lora Irish offers tips from her new book.
Sign Up for Carving a Little Guy: Create custom announcements with Larry Spinak’s diminutive figure.
Pattern Profile: Troll Girl. Don’t discount a girl with pointed ears and a tail.
Clay and Carving: Before carving a figure, make a realistic model with the help of simple household items.
Flexcut Tools Put to the Test: Tool reviewer John Mgnone finds praise for a unique design.
Tips: Dust Collector Control dust with an inexpensive machine you can make on your own.
Wood Review: Pine From match sticks to sculpture, pine has played a prominent role in American industry and art.
Quarter Century Club: A Long Island, New York carving club celebrates a silver anniversary.