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When I learned that WILDFOWL CARVING MAGAZINE had never done a full… More
For some time now, I have wanted to do a wall mount presentation with one… More
Applying the vibrant blues and subtle violets that exist in this bird will… More
There's a great deal of diversity in the appearance of individual… More
Most novice carvers begin with modest goals. Initially we may hope to just… More
Something just seems to draw us to old, rough, beat-up decoys. Maybe we… More
The prairie falcon (Falco mexicanus) is a medium-sized falcon with a… More
Texture is one of my favorite playgrounds with three-dimensional wood… More
In this article, I will describe the painting of the gannet and the… More
It had long been a dream of mine to carve a one-piece common loon for the… More
Traditionally, the makers of canvas and wire decoys covered their decoys… More
With this cardinal, I created a fairly simple bird so I could concentrate… More
The scrub jay, like other jays, has a lot of character. You can spend many… More
In the last issue, I carved the Baltimore oriole, did the texturing and… More
When texturing feathers it is important not to burn too deeply. I turn… More
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