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Issue 8 - Fall 1999

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News of WCI’s Open House- Our 2nd Annual Open House was a success 
Flexcut Contest Winners- The first internet carving contest lets participants vote for their favorite carvings
Artistry In Wood Show Report
Carver’s Paint Box- New Feature. Do your painting techniques need a boost?  Lori Corbett introduces you to acrylics - the carver’s preferred paints 
Basswood- It’s Easy to Carve 
Carving Wood Column - New Feature Reference for what you need to know about carving wood species, from where they grow to their toxicity. Basswood starts WCI’s coverage of woods 
Carving Simple Animals - Herb Hanson
Arbortech Carving Contest - See last year’s winners and how to enter this year’s contest 
Carving Though the Ages, Part 1 - Learn to carve a young man’s bust with Dave Sabol
Painting With Acrylics - Desiree Hajny demonstrates acrylic effects
Pineapple -A Sign of Hospitality; Greg Krockta carves and gold leafs a classic symbol 
The Alchemist at Work - Master carver Armand LaMontagne reveals common and uncommon painting methods 
Alaskan Wildlife- Don’t be without this wilderness wildlife reference 
Relief Carving - Ivan Whillock teaches the basics
Feather Painting, Part 2 - Paint a realistic feather with Lori Corbett 
Airbrush Guide - Power Carving Editor Frank Russell reviews the latest in airbrushes 
Pattern Profile: Carving a St. Bernard - The pattern for this St. Bernard dog comes from Managing Editor, Roger Schroeder’s carving collection 
Wooden Dolls, Part 2 - Michael Langton makes wooden dolls look real 
Cover Feature: Painting a Whitetail Buck - The trophy deer is an eye-catcher 
1999 Ward World Championship Show Report 
Design to Shine - J. Christopher White. Carving advice from an expert on stylized sculpture 
Friendship Cane Carving - Segments you’ll appreciate from the Caricature Carvers of America’s Friendship Cane, plus tips on how you can start your own friendship cane exchange
Beginner’s Project: Winchester Rifle A symbol of the Old West is an ideal project for novice carvers