Wildfowl carvers know how to keep things interesting, and the Summer 2011 issue lives up to this tradition. From adding a little "funky" personality to decoys to embracing the unusual appearance of the cormorant, these articles will keep readers up on the latest in carving—and entertained at the same time. Another exciting feature is the article from Jerry Simchuk on the nitty-gritty details of taking commissions, which are highly rewarding but sometimes tricky to navigate. The violet-green swallow, falcon, and mergansers round out the roster.
Table of Contents
Editor's Column: Same Time Next Year
by Tom Huntington
Painting Notes: Violet-Green Swallow
by Jerry Poindexter
Beginner’s Notebook: A Cork Red-Breasted Merganser, Part Two: Painting
by Thomas F. McCollum
Next Level: Make it Funky
by Ian R. Feir
Business: Commission Control
by Jerry Simchuk
Showcase: British Birds
by Pam Wilson
Tools: Horsing Around
by William Kennedy
Demonstration: Prairie Falcon Part Two: Painting
by Laurie Truehart
Reference: Ugly Duckling
by Rick Burkman
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