• From Steven Coffey on Carving a Queen Anne Back Splat - Episode 2

    It’s really amazing how you make the small details pop out so much. Beautiful work! Did you get a bandaid for your finger? ☝

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    2020/11/26 at 12:44 am
  • From Steven Coffey on Carving a Queen Anne Back Splat - Episode 1

    Wow, a really great lesson on grain direction and controlling the chisel, plus how to handle all of the elevation changes as elements are tucked under one another. It can all get really confusing very quickly. Just really appreciate your instructions and tips on how to approach the cuts to avoid chip outs, etc. My heart would be pounding worried that one slip or chip out would ruin such a delicate carving. You’re an awesome instructor!

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    2020/11/19 at 2:34 am
  • From Sandi Rubie on Carving a Queen Anne Back Splat - Episode 1

    I thoroughly enjoy watching you carve and appreciate you verbalizing your thought process as you proceed. It’s scary, I might just be getting the hang of this type of carving. Great teacher -thank you.

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    2020/11/18 at 11:14 pm
  • From Steve Hahn on Carving a Christmas Tree

    Is there a template for this tree?

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    2020/11/09 at 11:22 am
  • From Eric Shervey on Carving a Shell, Ribbon & Fruit Drop

    Ball point pen as a marker. Makes sense. Hands moving over pencil while working will erase marks. Felt tip might bleed into stock.

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    2020/11/07 at 11:08 pm
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