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Issue 22 - Spring 2003

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Wood Carving Illustrated - Issue #22 - Spring 2003
Ready-to-Use Patterns Inside. Tool Reviews. National Caricature Carving Contest. Test Your Skills. Folk Art Relief Carvings.
 Feature Project: Caricature Golfer. You Can Make A Simple Loon Pin.
Product Reviews The Oar Sharpener produces razor-sharp results; the Veritas® Carver’s Bench is suitable for a host of carvings
Paint Tote Case: This inexpensive project eases storing, organizing and transporting your favorite colors. 
Carving a Folk Art Turtle: It’s a fishing decoy that can also be a nice piece of folk art!
Sighting the Hole: The not-so-subtle expressions of golfers and their stances score a hole-in-one with caricature carvers.
The Joys of Carving: Meet Ralph Rogo, whose work reflects his sense of humor.
Carve and Paint a Loon Pin: Even a beginner can make an attractive gift.
Burning Basics for Bird Carvers: Realistically speaking, woodburning adds a feathery touch.
A Cast of Characters: The Caricature Carvers of America holds its first national competition and creates a set of study casts.
Bringing Folk Art to the Masses: Mary Michael Shelley tells stories through her relief carvings.
Noah’s Ark: Carvers and clubs climb aboard popular project.
Casting Part 1: An introduction to reproducing your carvings at a reasonable cost.
China Cat: Tom Azevedo carves a natural finish feline.
Wood Review: Bald Cypress Many carvers seek the knees of this wood for sculptural pieces such as spirit faces.
Tool Review: Two Cherries Micro Tools Put to the Test They keep their edges like other top brand full-size chisels, gouges and V tools.
Carving Horse Portraits in Relief: A pattern from the Fox Chapel book by Kurt Koch