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Get a Re-Grip!

Get a Re-Grip!

Add comfortable handle covers to carving tools in just seconds By Bob Duncan See the review in the winter 2019 issue of Woodcarving Illustrated Three sizes: MSRP: $10.99 (small), $11.99 (medium), $12.99 (large); re-grip.com Re-grips are versatile handle covers that take the place of tape that carvers often apply to […]

by December 10, 2019 Product Reviews
Relief Carve an Autumn Scene

Relief Carve an Autumn Scene

Use acrylic paints to add color to this charming design By Robert Biermann Most of my work is done in the intaglio style and focuses on faces and figures. This landscape is technically an intaglio carving because the carving is lower than the background, but it does have more of […]

by November 12, 2019 News
Little Black Duck

Little Black Duck

Handtools bring intimacy to a full-bodied piece of folk art By Bob Buyer Many of my students enjoy the little black duck project. A full-bodied yet miniature decoy, this duck can be carved with just the essential anatomical features of eyes, bill details, and slightly raised primaries, making it a […]

by February 7, 2010 Patterns & Projects