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In this article I will be sculpting an Eastern bluebird. No matter how… More
It wasnt too long ago that the first Eastern blue jay showed up outside… More
Carvers seem to like owls. I can understand why. There is something about… More
My first attempt at decoy carving was a ruddy duck. That was in 1987, and… More
The American kestrel also goes by the name of sparrow hawk. Its a… More
The lazuli bunting lives in the western half of the United States, where… More
Grosbeaks have always been some of my favourite birds. The rose-breasted… More
While researching a great blue heron project in 2008 I ran across some… More
My goal in this article is to carve a fairly simple belted kingfisher (a… More
I have carved many other types of birds, but this time I decided to try my… More
I painted my cardinal with acrylics. Since the Northern cardinal has a… More
There is a power in simplicity which is why I chose to paint a famous Ward… More
The scrub jay, like other jays, has a lot of character. You can spend many… More
Instead of priming the entire bluebird with straight white gesso, I use… More
Before starting to paint, you need to seal your carving. After working… More
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