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Tools I can’t live without. Because I make my living with them.

I’ve been contemplating this topic for some time. After reading some posts on other sites, reading inquiries by new carvers as well as seasoned veterans I decided to list my favorites.Those tools necessary to produce the widest variety of carvings such as those you see in my gallery and on my site. …

Continue to read here : Tools I Can´t Live Without

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the question was how to carve the eyes, when they are half closed, is it better to carve the iris or not ? … to answer this, i did look examples where exactely this problem was treated, and if i would do the carving, i would choose from these examples the solution i like best for my purpose…

Continue to read here : Carving Half Closed Eyes

i am going to carve a greenman in basrelief… ever since i saw mark´s wonderful greenman i wanted to carve one too. i have done a greenwoman in my first year of carving, but the greenman was always still tickling me…

Continue to read here : Greenman

the other day, i doodled a little in the evening, and it occurred a sketch of some nicely arranged mediterranean vegetable… i liked this sketch so much, that i decided to turn it into something useful…
Continue to read here : Mediterranean Vegetable

joel_8 joel´s bust is finished, and i am quite happy how this carving turned out… Continue to read here : Joel

joel will be a full bust in the round, which i have not carved very often, as i mostly did high relief portraits…

Continue to read here : Joel

inspired by a beautiful sculpture of a friend i wanted do a carving themed about motherhood, though i wanted depict it through an animal mother than a human mother…

Continue to read here : Orang Mother with Baby

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