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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 156 of Woodcarving magazine is filled with a host of great articles for you. Andrew Thomas shows how to fashion an inscutable feline, Johan Roudy adss a 1900s-style flourish to a paper knife, Steve Bisco gives a special piece of mahogany a classical twist, and Paul Purnell carves a distinctive river bird in a moment of stillness. All these and more in our ‘Projects’ section.
In ‘Features’, William Bardsley talks about his experience learning to model in clay, contemporary wood sculptor Alex Jones finds inspiration in even the most creepy of crawlies, and we go behind the scenes with protrait specialist Bill Merrington.
We have some great ‘Techniques’ pieces for you, such as Peter Bensons discussion of a critical stage in the carving process and Chris Grace's exploration of a DIY solution to the tricky problem of grinding carbon steel gouges.
We also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools’ section, with the Carver’s Toolbag, and our ‘Community’ pages, featuring from the Editor, a peek at our next issue; news and events; and from the community.
All this and more in Woodcarving magazine 156!