• From Ralph Hausman on Carving a Large Ionic Capital - Episode 1

    Not sure what is happening on your end of the broadcast but this lesson started off with the regular music but as soon as your speaking part came on there was no sound ... I did try to access the subtitle system but couldn't keep up with the subtitles and watch what you were doing with the carving. Any chance of your issuing the lesson with your microphone on? Also, any chance of your selling extra castings ?? and for how much?? I have to repair four columns on our 70 year old country home that was hit with a major flood back in '02 that has now begun to rot out the bases ... the original columns are made of pine wilth just a few round rings at the top (my inlaws built the place and while the mother inlaw wanted column tops, a frugal father inlaw didn't ... they are both gone now, we have inherited part and bought out the wife's siblings and now would like to honor the mother inlaw's wishes but at 82 years of age and a failing heart, don't think I'll have time to carve anything that large ... I am just now getting to your dimutive angel from the frame lesson as door corner decorations for next Christmas, hopping I'll still be around by then so ... about a casing of your fantatic ionic column top .... any chance of your making a couple extras ... I have a way to duplicate it for all four of our columns .... thanks for all you've shared with us .... we are slow at learning and trying out the carving lessons but have complete a few, mostly Christmas items, with great delight. rmh

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    2022/08/18 at 8:53 pm
  • From Ali Fazel on Carving a Rice Sheaf - Episode 1

    Hi Mary,

    Thanks for the great lesson. I am trying to buy a 3 mm v chisel. Apparently they come in numbers #12 through #17. Which one should I get?


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    2022/08/16 at 9:13 pm
  • From Tom Grieb on Carving a Camellia Flower - Beginner Lesson #8 - Episode 2

    great lesson! I will sign up as a paying customer September 1 2022! Thankyou very much!

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    2022/08/13 at 2:08 pm
  • From Robert Young on Carving a Philadelphia Shell

    So sorry to hear of your moms problems, do hope they are resolved as good as possible.
    Always a joy to watch the way your hands move to smoothly through different cuts. While an a enthusiast of
    the fine furniture of the 1800's, I struggle with the little carving I have done, fan's on a high boy. Age has crept up on me and now just enjoy watching and reading. Thanks for teaching others your secrets. May you have many days of pleasure and good health,. I am now 87 doing some wood work now for about 30 years

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    2022/08/04 at 6:25 pm
  • From Tracy Matthews on Carving a Gothic Grape Leaf

    Fantastic carvings

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    2022/08/03 at 10:02 pm
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