Although we have very much enjoyed hosting our Open House and Woodworking Show for the past three years, we have decided to cancel the show. Our guests, artists, and vendors loved the event, but it is expensive and time consuming to host a show of that quality and, unfortunately, we […]
Reviews / Videos July 21, 2016
Reader Ed Thomas was flipping through old back issues when he found something interesting: a 1999 carving by Joe Wannamaker that portrays Hillary Clinton as the president and Bill as “her husband.” What was a joke 17 years ago is a possibility in 2016! The entire article depicts a CCA friendship cane […]
Fox Chapel Publishing has several dozen books in the works at any given moment–books for coloring, crafts, home improvement, travel, and more. In the woodworking department, we have about 20 projects “cooking” right now. Some of them are at the printer, while others are ideas we’ve accepted and are working […]
Our website will be down for maintenance on Tuesday, July 26. We hope to have it back up and running the same day. Thanks for your patience!
You may have heard these tools referred to as “the world’s smallest chainsaws.” Watch as Woodcarving Illustrated magazine’s technical editor, Bob Duncan, and his assistant, Alex Giagnocavo, demonstrate and review chainsaw carving discs for angle grinders. Bob and Alex will demonstrate proper safety equipment and techniques, show the effectiveness of the […]
Congratulations to the third winners in the 2016 People Choice Contest! The third category, announced last spring, was Chip Carving and Tramp Art: Painted and Unpainted. The entries we received varied widely in subject matter and all demonstrated creative carving. We’ll be talking to some of these carvers about sharing their […]
Tell us what you think of America’s second most popular holiday! Do you love it, or not so much? Make projects for it, or not really? If you have thoughts not covered by the survey, please e-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
PHOTOTIPS Lighting Temperature This does not refer to the heat created by a bulb, but the hue or color of the light produced from a light source. The most common problem I find in a series of photos is that the color will shift dramatically from shot to shot. The […]