Tom finds out what is inside those wooden eggs found at craft stores and woodworking suppliers. This an interesting and informative book goes from the blank egg, through drawing, and finishing. Step-by-step the reader is taken through two projects, a caricature head and a bird, learning the techniques of good caricature carving from one of the best. Each step is photographed in a clear, color image, with concise, easy-to-understand explanations of what is happening and how to do it. This is the perfect book for beginning carvers and old dogs looking to learn new tricks! Click Here for BASSWOOD EGGS
Eldon became a member of the CCA in 1996 and has never looked back! This book has over 390 step-by-step photographs in full color and excellent close-up quality. His section on carving faces, including a fantastic section on carving eyes, is phenomenal. The book is full of 'Tips and Quips' and while being simple enough for beginners, will offer the experienced some new ideas and techniques. A Wonderful Book! 76pp
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