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Issue 38-Spring 2007

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Part Number:WCI38
Inside this issue of Woodcarving Illustrated you'll find:
7 Step-by-Step Projects Inside. Setting Up Shop. Creating Realism with Texture. Classic Whittling. Designing Caricature Patterns. Carving the Ball and Claw. Free Form Chip Carving. Fisher Body Guild - Carving's Influence on Classic GM Designs.

Celebrating 15 Years of Craftsmanship in Wood 
GM's Fisher Body Craftsman's Guild By John Jacobus. Carving out a career in the design world--1950's style.
Recreating a Masterpiece By Jeff Jones. Turn-of-the-century table inspires a life-long love of carving, three generations later.
The Netsuke Carvings of Cornel Schneider. Detailed carvings demonstrate a love of nature.
Antler Sculpture by Bill Matz. Fascinating medium proceduces unique carvings.
Carved Garden Chair By Jan Oegema. Customize this sturdy chair with your own relief carved designs.
Chip Carved Landscape By Barry McKenzie. Free-form chip carving enhances natural wood grain.
Realistic Rabbit By Leah Wachter. Texturing techniques bring this adorable rabbit to life.
Carving the Ball and Claw By Mike Burton. Sequential carving helps you duplicate this traditional furniture element.
Native American Bust By Mark Gargac. Portraying character with distinctive facial features.
Hand Carved Classics By Kivel Weaver.
Practice your knife carving with chain links and a ball-in-cage.
Cottonwood Bark Viking By Rick Jensen. Rugged features make this warrior the perfect subject for bark carving.
Carving Habitat: Twig By Kenny Vermillion. Power carve highly detailed branches tailored to showcase.
Relief Carve a Whimsical House By Jim Cline. Power tools speed up the carving process and add unique texture.
The Design Process By Marv Kaisersatt. Taking a caricature from concept to completion.
Setting Up Shop By Chris Pye. A carver needs more than sharp tools; the workspace, bench, and lighting are equally important.

WCI38, WCI, 2007 8.5" X 11" Soft Cover