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Issue 198 of Woodcarving magazine is filled with a host of great articles for you.
Our Guest Editor, John Samworth, welcomes you to the issue; carves a beach scene inspired by the Cornish coast; and, with Dr Helen Wilson, imagines a conversation with carver Violet Pinwill (1874-1957).
In our Projects section, Cedric Boyns carves a chameleon; Dave Western makes a folding spoon; Steve Bisco recreates the Rococo style of Luke Lightfoot; Peter Benson carves a netsuke-size elephant; Colin Burlton uses a power carver to make a goldcrest; Zoë Gertner carves a pear from boxwood; Alan Denham creates a wall hanging with mermaids and sea creatures; and Kevin Alviti makes a breadboard with carved letters.
In Techniques, Graham Thompson explores the use of acrylic paints in woodcarving; and Nic Westermann teaches a reader to sharpen her Mora and Wood Tools hook knives.
In Features, we enjoy some highlights from the International Wood Carvers Congress 56th Show; and we admire the misericords in Norwich Cathedral.
We also have updates from the carving community and a peek at our next issue.
All this and more in Woodcarving magazine 198!
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