Finn shows you how to transform eggs into all kinds of delightful characters, each with a unique personality. You will learn how to orient the egg, establish the basic outline, complete details such as eyes, hair, and clothing. Enjoyable projects! Click Here for BASSWOOD EGGS 48pp
Cleve takes to the hills, carving mountain men of years-gone-by. Clear, concise instructions illustrated with over 225 color photos. Patterns and instructions for both the mountain man and his long rifle...intermediate level carvers. 64pp
Mike Shipley introduces you to a whole clan of colorful backwoods characters from his native Ozarks. Whether you're a beginner just learning to whittle, or an old hand looking for some new ideas, this book delivers plenty of fun, inspiration, and satisfaction. More than 100 step by step color photographs guide you through whittling, painting, and staining.
All twelve projects feature distinctive patterns with easy to follow cut lines. Whittling Country Folk, Revised Edition also provides valuable "Getting Started" advice on tools, sharpening, wood, and safety, as well as humorous down home tales about each friendly country character. 87 pages
Spotlighting the work and members of the exclusive carving club, The Caricature Carvers of America (CCA), this photo-illustrated history is a must-have for wood carvers and collectors alike. Perusing the guide's biographies and photos of America's top caricature carvers, readers will become acquainted with 25 members, both active and emeritus, such as Marv Kaisersatt, Harold Enlow, Peter Ortel, and Pete LeClair. Each profile includes two original patterns viewed from different angles, complete with techniques and painting and finishing tips.