Wednesday 22 February 2012
In the March/April issue of Woodcarving we start by looking at a range of specialist tools in part 6 of Peter Clothier's series on hand tools; Peter Benson builds a higgledy piggledy house and Sue Walter teaches you how to pyropgraph eyes and noses.
In terms of projects, Chris Pye takes you through the stages for carving a Victorian lintel; Andrew Thomas shares his secrets for carving sculptural lips; Andy Hibberd creates an Art Deco inspired stone-carved gecko and Mike Wood carves a magnificent buzzard.
In our features section, we give details on how you can enter our prestigious International Woodcarver of the Year competition; Miriam Bentham profiles woodcarver John Surplice and we spend 20 minutes finding out more about the work of American carver, Rick Harney.
To complete this edition of Woodcarving, regulars such as News, From the Forums, tests, and The Art of Carving continue to inform and keep you updated with all things woodcarving.
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