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How to Paint Wood
Before he carves the head, Rick drills a hole through the head block and… More
In the last issue, I carved the Baltimore oriole, did the texturing and… More
I am ready to paint. I will use acrylic paints for this project. Acrylics… More
Finally, were at the painting stage of the bufflehead drake project. I… More
Traditionally, the makers of canvas and wire decoys covered their decoys… More
As a beginner, you will most likely find it much easier to carve a decoy… More
In the previous issue, I explained how I carved a ringed teal, a bird that… More
For this toucan I will use four brands, starting with Ronan Japan oil… More
Painting for me was the hardest part of this project, specifically finding… More
The American goldfinch (Carduelis tristis) is a small bird, measuring… More
Previously I demonstrated how I carved the American white pelican. The… More
The American woodcock (Scolopax minor) measures between 7 and 11 inches in… More
Acrylic paints are durable and work quickly, and I use them for all my… More
The black-chinned hummingbird (Archilochus alexandri) measures between… More
The blue-winged drake is fun to paint. It gives you many opportunities to… More
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