forms and other fine craft concepts

This book is a work of no fiction. Names, characters, place,
organizations, and incidents are either products of the author's
  imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events,
organizations, or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.
This is a continuation of started the true story of yesterday, I think we have finished the job and put on a little varnish on the scene, description-freeze my fingers (very long time)..Of course this is a new video clip.
but be positive¨¨
generally this is not Bridget Jones's Diary
This is my drawing, we have strayed a little and mixed a couple of historic styles.
but develop inner poise and authority and sense of self as woman
of substance
of course I have built and its natural element and it is a particular way of handling the words and texts.
 a little better with the ‘Right
This is the final result,frozen in a photograph, in reality alive.
dizzyingly, euphorically, accepting...
I hope someone will enjoy together with my fruits of labor and knowledge.
something on the plywood and engraving
Low strong thin wooden panels consisting of two or more layers of fine and pressed together with the grain direction alternately, and is usually sold in sheets of four eight legs..
Of course it is easier to work on his own product than to process old furniture and do not know the material it is made.
in the same moment I am writing a post and read some articles in some newspapers that accompany all those involved in the work of artist
through wood,"

Why do you practice the art of woodcarving?

Woodcarving is truly a hands-on art
Our carving woods are warm and
gentle to the touch - clay or metal tend to
be cold and hard.
There is no limit to the style of carving
you can do, the subject of your works, or
the number of wood species you can use.

Do you have any anecdotes about your carving?

What piece of work do you feel most proud of?


The Story Goes on…

14. Take frequent breaks. Stand tall, stretch, take a fewmoments to re-strop your tool edges. Physical fatigue causes mistakes in your cutting strokes.




Recommended Wood Types
Most carvers use basswood, tupelo and pine, as well as hardwoods such as butternut, walnut,
mahogany, birch, maple and other native and exotic species for their projects. You can cut your
own wood from large pieces or purchase smaller blocks that are available from mail order
catalogs and lumber supply stores, at woodworking and woodcarving shows, and other sources.
Some native and exotic hardwoods may cause allergic reactions in selected individuals.