Wildfowl carving fans should hold on to their hats as they take in the fascinating information and carvings featured in this Winter 2012 issue. Readers will be dazzled by the painting tips about using value, creating "abstract" decoys, and capturing the goldfinch's iconic yellow hues. These articles also explore how heartfelt connections like a parent or a special bird can influence the creation of a personal piece. Plus, learn how to use carving skills to commemorate an extinct species: the passenger pigeon.
Table of Contents
Editor's Note: The Next Best Thing?
Painting Notes: American Goldfinch
by Jerry Poindexter
Beginner’s Notebook: The Value of Value
by Del Herbert
Showcase: Hannah’s Setting Sun
by Jamie Welsh
Demonstration: Out of the Past, Part Two
by Dave Harmon
Demonstration: Hunting Partner
by Al Jordan
Demonstration: Less is More, Part Two
by Frank Werner
Reference: The Puffin
by Rick Burkman
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