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My first attempt at decoy carving was a ruddy duck. That was in 1987, and… More
When I learned that WILDFOWL CARVING MAGAZINE had never done a full… More
When painting a smoothie, the nice thing about making mistakes is that you… More
The striking colors of the drake redhead are unmistakable on the water,… More
Frank Jonczak of Bel Air, Maryland, loves Labrador ducks. More
Before he carves the head, Rick drills a hole through the head block and… More
In the previous issue, I explained how I carved a ringed teal, a bird that… More
I've always been interested in decoys that look old. Learning the… More
Step-by-step instructions and detailed pattern for creating a lifesize… More
The blue-winged drake is a beautiful bird. The highlight areas for me are… More
The pintail duck is a wonderfully aesthetic duck but it can represent a… More
The blue-winged drake is fun to paint. It gives you many opportunities to… More
For some time, I had considered carving a rig of red-breasted mergansers… More
I have carved many long-tailed ducks over the years, including one I… More
No one has ever accused a hen bufflehead of being particularly colorful.… More
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