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Recent Comments 2017-11-30T01:05:07-04:00
  • From ernest owen on Carving a Tropical Sailboat Scene

    well mary i have enjoyed your carving very much and i have learnedf a lot but without a way to print patterens i will have to say goodby etrnest owen

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    2019/05/23 at 11:48 am
  • From Linda Ambert on Carving an Angel

    Hello. I am a beginner carver and have been looking for online lessons. I just watched your brief intro to carving an angel. I have a few questions before I commit to a lengthy subscription. First and most important- Are all of your lessons the same as your intro lesson, meaning there is no speaking by the instructor as to what is going on etc. Are students able to download the lesson to watch at our own pace? Are we then able to keep the lesson to go back to in the event we want to make several copies of the same item? Please explain the difference between a monthly and yearly subscription. Thank you. Looking forward to hearing from you. This type of carving is not my main interest but I believe any training will be helpful in my advancing more quickly.

    Linda Ambert

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    2019/05/22 at 9:27 pm
    • From MaryMay on Carving an Angel

      Hi Linda,
      Have you watched the 3 Free lessons or the sample lesson on the Home Page? All the full-length lessons I walk you through each step of the way, talking through the process, and identifying each tool as I change (and this tool is identified in the corner of the screen as long as I use that tool). As a Monthly and Yearly member, you are able to download lessons, and view it whenever you wish. The yearly membership is an automatic recurring payment each month, and the yearly membership is non-recurring. After your year is up, you have an option to renew at a discounted rate. The only difference is that the yearly membership is slightly discounted.

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      2019/05/22 at 11:22 pm
  • From ernest owen on Carving a Tropical Sailboat Scene - Episode 2

    thank you mary may for this carving as relief is what i like most but getting to realy look 3d is hard but you showed the way to do this in this carving i would like to see more of this type of carving ernest owen

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    2019/05/20 at 10:05 am
  • From Marti Robards on Carving a Tropical Sailboat Scene - Episode 1

    This video is a great tutorial on learning how to layer and yet be flexible for adjustments as the work progresses. I'm learning so much from your classes! And what I really love is your cheerful and relaxed attitude toward carving -- it helps me relax and enjoy what I'm carving rather than feel tense and uptight about it. Thank you so much!

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    2019/05/10 at 12:34 pm
  • From Charles Campbell on Carving a Country Scene - Episode 3

    I did enjoy that! ; going to go now try that dragonfly I watched you carve earlier...….

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    2019/05/06 at 6:10 pm
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