pokerwork or my wood burning

it must have been created and completed work*
troubles as always, search, or create pins for writing with fire; I had a hammer in the hands and tried out a variety of pins, which were a little inappropriate for my hand, and then we are frustrated and borrowed his brother's machine soldered, of course she did not origalan tool for this job (overweight pulling lines cumbersome and uncomfortable for artwork)

and again complicated too small and dense motifs (a lot of details)
maybe you do not like where I worked pyrography-this is the board for cutting-solid wood;smaller size for the  beginning not to exaggerate in spending time minimal sympathetic motive (too invested time)
I do not recommend this machine for this type of work.
my Dudle people in Noah's Ark;not scrawl" made with a sense we got something special;)
As a beginning woodburner, avoid using very fine or intricate designs on uneven, coarse-textured wood. Softwoods are more apt to be fine or moderately coarse-textured. With some textures it may mean that you will have to compensate when burning it – going slower on the harder summerwood, faster and with a lighter touch on the softer springwood to create an even burn overall.
Color: Woodburning should be mainly used to enhance the natural beauty of a wooden project, so do not always hide a beautiful figure, grain, luster, or color if it is present.(Not! this time we will not use the coating for Protection)
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Pyrography is a traditional folk art in many parts of Europe;Here motives have nothing  with folklore..
Traditional pyrography can be performed using any heated metal implement. Modern pyrography machines exist.Light-coloured hardwoods such as sycamore, basswood, beech and birch are most commonly used, as their fine grain is not obtrusive. However, other woods, such as maple, pine or oak.Pyrography dates from the 17th century and reached its highest standard in the 19th century.continue in perpetuity..
tired  think whether to continue with this Odyssey¨¨but in the mood *new lesson and a new work.