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Wood Carving Illustrated - Issue #6 - Winter 1999 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 hiscarving collection Carving Fitz the Leprechan This whimsical shelf sitter is sure to bring you theluck of the Irish Readers' Survey Answer some questions and your may win a prize Soft Feather Texturing Frank Russell demonstrates the art of carvingrealistic 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 Walickiand Tom Wolf Cover Feature:3-D Relief Carving / Whittling Dixie Harley Schmitgen carves a "svelte" portrait of CivilWar 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 adviceon 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 Regular Columns Editor's Letter Letters to the Editor Events Calendar Classified Ads

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Wood Carving Illustrated Issue 6 Winter 1999

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Product code: WCI6R
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!

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Weight 0.5000
Author David Sabol, Desiree Hajny, Frank C. Russell, Harley Schmitgen, Joel Hull, Carol Happley, Ed Walicki, Laura Putnam Dunkle, Rich Notto, Tom Wolfe
Pages 96
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Size 8.5" x 11"
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