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Issue 163 of Woodcarving is full of interesting projects. Steve Bisco shows how to carve a console bracket from Chippendale’s Director, Johan Roudy provides a step-by-step guide to carving your own Louis XVI rosettes, Andrew Thomas explores carving butterfly in relief, Dave Western crates a dragon brooch and Mike Wood provides plans for bird walking stick heads.
In our ‘Techniques’ section, Murray Taylor free-form chip carving and Peter Benson explores the highly contentious issue of colouring carvings
Turn to our ‘Features’ pages for an insight into Chippendale’s Director the book that shapes 18th-Century cabinetmaking, in The Diary of a Student Carver, William Barsley discussed final-year carving projects and we find out more about Wisconsoin Rover Woodcarvers.
Meanwhile our ‘Community’ pages provide all the latest news, events and social media highlights, while ‘Kits & Tools’ rounds up the tools and products on the market.
All this and more in issue 163 of Woodcarving!