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6 Steps for Perfectly Set Eyes                                                                     

Before he carves the head, Rick drills a hole through the head block and… More

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A Baltimore Oriole, Part Two                                                                 

In the last issue, I carved the Baltimore oriole, did the texturing and… More

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A Bird with Character                                                   

I am ready to paint. I will use acrylic paints for this project. Acrylics… More

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A Bird with Character, Part three                                                                           

For some time now, I have wanted to do a wall mount presentation with one… More

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A Bufflehead Tweener, Part One: Carving                                                                                       

Several years ago, I visited the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art in Salisbury,… More

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A Carolina Classic                                             

You can trace the history of the canvas decoy back to the turn of the… More

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A Carolina Classic, Part Two                                                                 

Traditionally, the makers of canvas and wire decoys covered their decoys… More

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A Cherry Hummingbird                                                 

I received a cherry wood log about 18 months ago, and I used a portion of… More

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A Competition Gunning Ring-necked Duck Part Two:…

In the Fall 2016 issue, we saw how Patrick Bearden makes most of his… More

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A Distinguishing Characteristic                                                                       

For some time, I had considered carving a rig of red-breasted mergansers… More

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A Gadwall Trio                                     

Gadwalls are one of my favorite species of waterfowl. I especially love… More

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A Passion for the Past                                                     

If you're like me, you have a love for items from the past. I like old… More

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A Real Head Turner, Part One                                                                 

The blue-winged drake is a beautiful bird. The highlight areas for me are… More

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A Resplendent Quetzal, Part Two                                                                       

As I carved my piece of Savegre avocado wood (see part one in the Fall… More

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A Ringed Teal Drake - Part One: Carving                                                                                       

Most novice carvers begin with modest goals. Initially we may hope to just… More

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