Wood Carving Illustrated - Issue #13 - Holiday 2000
Beginner's carving Project: Screech Owl. Holiday Ornaments and Gifts. Olde World Santa: Complete Patterns & Instructions. Brush Basics: Making the Right Choices. Hand-Carved Pipes. Testing Tormek Sharpening Systems.
Open House 2000: A review of the annual event gives it highest marks.
Prepare for Open House 2001.
Carver of the Year Award: Watch Harold Enlow Grandpa of the Caricature Carvers receive the 1st annual award.
The Screech Owl: Art Shoemaker offers an ideal beginner's project.
Carving a Christmas Ornament or Wall Switch: Light up the holidays with a colorful relief carving.
Pipes of Whimsy: James Margroum turns pipe dreams into an art form.
Brush Basics-Part I: Lori Corbett takes the guesswork out of a hirsute subject.
Confessions of a Woodcarving Collector: Managing Editor Roger Schroeder writes about a 20-year search for a special woodcarving.
Chessmen with Mettle: Robin Hood and other characters of Sherwood Forest come alive.
More of the Masters-Part II: No fooling-the carving of a tipsy Victorian really whistles.
Olde World Santa: Joel Hull looks back in time to carve St. Nick.
Introduction to Chip-Carved Decorations: Barry McKenzie decks the halls with novel chip carvings.
Tormek® Put to the Test: Grinding and honing with Tormek® has never been easier or more precise.
Wood Review: Apple Take a shine to a wood that offers sterling qualities for the carver.
Santa Head Finishing Techniques: Carole Jean Boyd demonstrates that good finishing is in the flow.