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Issue 39-Summer 2007

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Part Number:WCI39
Inside this issue of Woodcarving Illustrated you'll find:
How To Buy Good Wood - Every Carver's Reference Guide. Top 50 Carousel Classics - History & Rebirth of the Painted Ponies. Tool Control Basics - Techniques to carve better now. Fold-Up Workbench - Build yours for under $50. Amazing Masks - Step-by-Step tutorial. Painting Feathers - Templates make it easy!

FEATURES:
Preserving the Past By Bob Duncan The rise, fall, and rebirth of carved carousel horses
Sculpting in Wood With Betty Sager Talented artist pays tribute to loved ones 
First Cuts A carver’s journey to becoming a member of the Caricature Carvers of America 
PROJECTS:
Carving Wooden Eggs With Linda Tudor. The Grand Old Flag Egg
Carving Habitat Mushroom By Kenny Vermillion. Add realism to your wildlife carvings or carve this mushroom as a stand alone piece 
Mississippi Alligator By Gordon and Marsha Stiller.
Stylized Grizzly Bear By Kelly Winn. Simple lines capture the essence of the animal without hours of detailing 
Personalized Love Spoon By Jim Gledhill. Pattern template makes production carving easy.
Realistic Sanderling Painting Templates By Del Herbert. These easy templates create a flawless finish
Elf Country Stylized Mask By Mary Cook, Carved by Lou Cacioppo. Combine realistic facial features with stylized techniques for a striking display.
Duck Tonight By Arnold Smith.Facial expressions and body language let you tell a story with your carving.
Portable Carving Station By James M. Haumesser. A sturdy, shop-made workbench that folds up when not in use 
Teapot Clock By Barry McKenzie. Charming clock with chip-carved details is perfect for the kitchen
TECHNIQUES;
Tool Control By Chris Pye. Proper techniques for safe and efficient use.
All About Buying Wood By Roger Schroeder. A handy reference guide and inside tips from 30 years of buying carving wood 

WCI39, WCI, 2007 8.5" X 11" Soft Cover