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Issue 36-Fall 2006

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Part Number:WCI36
Inside this issue of Woodcarving Illustrated you'll find:
Improve Your Skills with 8 Step-by-Step Tutorials. Classic Decoy Carving in the Antique Style. Western Relief Portrait. Intro to Carving Tools with Chris Pye. Easy Beginner's Clock. Nostalgic Hobo Caricature. Woodcarver of the Year - Marvin Kaisersatt.

Features:
Woodcarver of the Year By Bob Duncan Wood Carving Illustrated honors Marvin Kaisersatt.
Anthony Hillman’s Passion for Carving Waterfowl By Bob Duncan. Turning your interests into a career can be very rewarding.
The Work of Frank Feather By Shawn Meyers. Traveling carver leaves a lasting and valuable legacy 
Projects:
Maple Leaf Pin By Kenny Vermillion. Power carve this charming seasonal brooch.
Brown Pelican By Gordon and Marsha Stiller.
It’s Me, Frank By Vicki Bishop.  Monster caricature is a treat to carve.
Carving a Hen Wood Duck By Tom Matus. Basic tools and techniques for an authentic antique-style hunting decoy.
Relief-Carved Horse Portrait By Dean Troutman.
Classic portrait makes a bold statement.
Patchwork Clock By Cyndi Joslyn. Easy-to-carve clock is a great beginner project.
Chip-Carved Wedding Plate By Barry McKenzie. Decorative, personalized plate makes a beautiful wedding gift.
Halloween Witch By Anthony Costanza. Create this folk-style carving using only a hobby knife.
Carve a Hobo By Jim and Margie Maxwell. A few tools, some paint, plus a little time gives you this American icon.
Techniques:
Tools of the Trade By Chris Pye. An introduction to the tools used in traditional woodcarving. 

WCI36, WCI, 2006 8.5" X 11" Soft Cover