Showing posts with label tool sharpening. Show all posts
Showing posts with label tool sharpening. Show all posts

Monday, October 22, 2018

Sharpening Mistakes And Solutions

So your probably getting tired of my magazine firsts. I could do many more, but I only have one more prepared for upload, so I will end it there (thats not to say I'll not upload many more magazine articles, just take the focus off premiere issues). I haven't mentioned it, but if someone needs a specific article in a specific magazine they can't find, message me and if I have it, I will try to post it.

"Wood Carving Illustrated" is a little different from the usual fair here. The activity is something most hobbyists have touched on to various degrees. I have touched on it in a few projects over the years, but the most carving I have ever done is probably sitting in front of a campfire, whittling on a stick.

Wood Carving Illustrated was first published in 1997 by Fox Chapel Publishing Co. Inc. with a focus on the interesting, the unusual, and the instructive aspects of the art of woodcarving. Their mission statement reads: "To promote woodcarving as an artform and an enjoyable pastime".

As important, if not more so, to woodcarving, is sharp tools. Sharp tools will turn what might feel like a labour into a joy, and a sharp tool is much safer to use than a dull one. So from the first issue of "Wood Carving Illustrated" 1997 comes this article on sharpening mistakes and solutions.

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