Wood Carving Illustrated - Issue #6 - Winter 1999
Carving Wolves. Doll Making. Flower Carving. Feather Painting. Chip Carving. Carve a St. Patrick's Day Leprechaun. Civil War General Robert E. Lee is carved in relief - less than 1-inch thick!
Selling Your Carvings: A new book offer valuable advice.
WCI’s Open House - You’re Invited! Check out the information for and directionsto our 2nd Open House.
Carving an Iris - Dave Sabol. Learn how to carve this "rainbow" flower.
The Medicine Woman: Take a look at Armand LaMontagne’s life-sizeculpture of Gladys Tanatquidgeons.
Fox Chapel’s Carving Museum: Managing Editor Roger Schroeder shares his carving collection.
Carving Fitz the Leprechan: This whimsical shelf sitter is sure to bring you the luck of the Irish.
Readers’ Survey: Answer some questions and your may win a prize.
Soft Feather Texturing: Frank Russell demonstrates the art of carving realistic feathers.
Making Wooden Dolls: Creating life-like dolls is Michael Langton’s specialty.
Layering and Blending Feathers: Carol Happley makes painting feathers on wildfowl easy.
Fish Painting: Learn airbrushing techniques from experts Ed Walicki and Tom Wolf.
Cover Feature: 3-D Relief Carving / Whittling Dixie. Harley Schmitgen carves a "svelte" portrait of Civil War General Robert E. Lee.
Chip Carve A Rosette: Rich Notto shares four unique patterns.
Carving Wolves: Sneak a peak at Desiree Hajny’s new book "CarvingWolves, Foxes and Coyotes", which contains advice on anatomy and expressions.
Make an Adjustable Carver’s Vise: Build a vise from an old trailer hitch - a clever tip from one or our penny-wise readers.
Carving Whimsical Birds: Cute-as-a-button chirpers are carved on wooden eggs.