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Woodcarving’s inspiring features, projects, technical articles and reviews have wide appeal – it is read in 57 countries worldwide. Featuring the work of top professionals and the most talented amateur carvers from around the world, it has a new, picture-led design which offers insight into the process of creating both great and humble carvings.
In this month's issue:
Issue 154 of Woodcarving magazine is filled with a host of great articles for you. Andrew Thomas carves a royal bird, the swan; Steve Bisco carves an oak panel in the style of Charles Rennie Mackintosh; Jean Grace carves and angelfish; Steve Heath carves the Commerson dolphin; Mike Wood gives a step-by-step guide to carving one of the world’s most fascinating and macabre birds; and Bob Jubb provides plans for carving a detailed musk ox. All these and more in our ‘Projects’ section.
In ‘Features’ we take a look at this year’s winners at the International Woodcarvers Congress 2016; we have Marc Cotterill in profile; William Barsley tells us about his journey in woodcarving; and we take a look at a beautiful window in Bhaktapur, Nepal.
We have some great ‘Techniques’ pieces for you, such as Dave Western’s favourite dragon designs; and Peter Benson begins his series by telling us the processes, start to finish, in carving…
We also have ‘Kit & tools’, with the Carver’s Toolbag, and our ‘Community’ pages, featuring from the Editor, a peek at our next issue, news and events, and our new From the community pages.
All this and more in Woodcarving magazine 154!