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Make It Funky                                   

Decoys you can cut in half down the centerline to get two equal pieces… More

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British Birds                                   

The decorative decoy came to the United Kingdom in the early 1980s,… More

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A Cork Red-Breasted Merganser, Part Two: Painting                                                                                                           

As a beginner, you will most likely find it much easier to carve a decoy… More

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Core Sound Style, Part Two                                                             

Something just seems to draw us to old, rough, beat-up decoys. Maybe we… More

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Pacific Brant, Part Two: Painting                                                                           

In the last issue, I carved and primed a brant. Since both the Atlantic… More

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Ruddy Love - Part Two: Painting                                                                       

In a sense, this is a decorative smoothie decoy. Before I begin the… More

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Carve and Paint an American Wigeon Hen, Part Four                                                                                                           

Last issue, I discussed how to texture and prime the decoy. Now, it's time… More

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Stool Pigeons, Part Two                                                       

I paint my stool pigeons as decoys, having no interest in creating a… More

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Carve a Ross’s Goose Decoy, Part One                                                                                     

With its clean white plumage, contrasting black wingtips, and accenting… More

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A Toucan Decoy - Part II                                                         

In the last issue, I demonstrated how I started carving this toucan decoy,… 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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Ain't Vintage                                   

One of the most popular categories for competitors at the Ohio Decoy… More

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ODCCA Celebrates its 40th in Strongsville                                                                                           

The Ohio Decoy Collectors and Carvers Association celebrated its 40th… 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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Less is More, Part Two                                                     

Most of us think of abstract art as involving images which have no… More

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