This 3 episode lesson shows how to carve a rustic welcome sign featuring a cheerful swag of daisies.
This 2 episode lesson shows how to carve a single calla lily in high relief to show how the process differs from a low relief carving.
This 2 episode lesson shows how to carve two, intertwined calla lilies as a rustic housewarming/wedding present for newly weds. These are truly unusual flowers and this project is a great challenge for beginners or anyone who wants to learn how to order your cuts for overlapping design elements.
This 3 episode lesson shows how to carve the eagle, globe, and anchor emblem of the U.S. Marine Corps. There are a lot of overlapping elements in this projects and just 3/16" deep.
This single episode lesson shows the process for carving a medallion inscribed with a household blessing in traditional Chinese calligraphy reading, "May you live ten-thousand generations."
This single episode lesson shows how to carve incised outline lettering and covers several techniques to get these straight, sharp lines.
This lesson teaches how to carve a kind of script lettering that seems to echo holiday cheer, especially in the words "Merry Christmas." This design could easily be personalized with a family name and given as a gift.
This lesson hows how to carve small san-serif letters (without the small extensions on the end of letters) in capitals.
This lesson shows how to carve a stylized, serif lettering in capitals. With the examples "M", "A", "R", "I" and "O" you will get an understanding of how these lines differ from their traditional forms to carve a stylized alphabet and possibly even design your own!
Have you every wanted to make you own hand-carved sign? Maybe as a gift? The letters "R" and "S" contain all the lines you need to learn the basics for carving the traditional serif alphabet in capitals.