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Issue 190 of Woodcarving magazine is filled with a host of great articles for you.
Our Guest Editor, John Samworth, begins a series on strapwork by carving borders on a frame; introduces fellow Cornwall Woodcarvers member, Mike Denning; and decides to make his own knife.
In our Projects section, Dave Western salutes both Celtic and NW Coast First Nations art with a trio of Christmas ornaments; Alan Denham carves a schooner on a mirror frame; Peter Benson finishes his carousel horse; Kevin Alviti makes a wand from sycamore; Steve Bisco turns and carves a scallop shell door knob; Cynthia Rogers carves a koala; Bob Jubb makes a cute jet-skiing penguin netsuke; and Paul Purnell carves a cocker spaniel walking stick handle.
In Techniques, Graham Thompson explores the power of form in wood sculpture; and Nic Westermann has a guide to using an adze.
In Features, chainsaw artist Brendan Rawlings of Zen Wood Design tells us about his work with driftwood; Will Barsley explores the temples and carvers of Cambodia; and we take a look at the carvings on the Banteay Srei temple.
We also have updates from the carving community and a peek at our next issue.
All this and more in Woodcarving magazine 190!
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