Thursday 27 February 2014
Welcome to the March/April issue of Woodcarving! In this issue we have some more great projects for you to make, a range of fantastic features, and we have the latest tools, machinery and products in 'Carver's Toolbag'.
In terms of projects, Chris Pye shows you how to make a Tudor rose Gothic Mirror in oak; Andrew Thomas show you how to carve a stylised seashell; Peter Benson continues his series by looking a carving the human figure; Mike Wood carves a green woodpecker and Steve Bisco creates a charming Rococo-style cresting.
In our techniques section, we have the first of a beginners' new series from John Vardon and Duane Cartwright takes us through the key steps for creating his 'Primrose Boot'.
In features, we have a profile on Australian carver Bruce Weier; we spend 20 minutes with Rob Fulton; before moving on to the next installment in our 'Diary of a Pro Carver' series. In our 'Art of Carving' page, we take a closer look at Palazzo Ducale - the Doge's Palace, in Venice.
We also have your favorite Community pages, including 'Club Profile', 'Round & About' and 'From the Editor'.
All this and more in Woodcarving 137! If you'd like to save up to 42% and download a digital version to your iPhone, iPad or Android device, then click here for more information.
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