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Pyrography Patterns: Basic Techniques and 30
Pyrography Patterns: Basic Techniques and 30
Pyrography Patterns: Basic Techniques and 30
Pyrography Patterns: Basic Techniques and 30
Pyrography Patterns: Basic Techniques and 30
Pyrography Patterns: Basic Techniques and 30
Pyrography Patterns: Basic Techniques and 30
Pyrography Patterns: Basic Techniques and 30
Pyrography Patterns: Basic Techniques and 30
Pyrography Patterns: Basic Techniques and 30

Pyrography Patterns: Basic Techniques and 30 Wildlife Designs for Woodburning (Fox Chapel Publishing) Large, Ready-to-Use Patterns, Both Line and Tonal, plus Tips & Advice from Artist Sue Walters

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UPC / ISBN 023863080071 / 1565238192
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Number Of Pages 80
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Publication Date 2014-02-01
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Product Description Capture the beauty of nature with the vibrant, lifelike wildlife designs in Pyrography Patterns! 30 wildlife patterns of North American animals, including geese, eagles, bear, deer, wolves, foxes, owls, chipmunks, cougars, and more Large, ready-to-use patterns provided in both line and tonal patterns Tips & advice from artist Sue Walters on transferring patterns, segmenting, and maniuplating the images to create your own custom designs Whether it's the majesty of a buck, the cheekiness of a raccoon, or the peaceful stillness of a loon, the appeal of wildlife is universal. If you're a woodburning artist with a love of nature and animals, Pyrography Patterns will make it easy for you to create vibrant and attractive wildlife images. Award-winning pyrography artist Sue Walters offers 30 dynamic North American wildlife patterns and 10 original border designs to use in woodburning projects. These engaging animal subjects—including birds, squirrels, butterflies, sheep, raccoons, a polar bear, elk, bison, and more—are presented in harmonious natural settings. Large ready-to-use designs are provided in both line and tonal patterns. Amazingly detailed tones are shown directly over each line drawing, to guide you in darkening your picture with ultra-realistic, lifelike effects. The author also includes tips on transferring patterns, plus advice on segmenting and manipulating the images to create your own custom designs. From the Back Cover Capture the Beauty of Nature with Fire Whether it's the majesty of a buck, the cheekiness of a raccoon, or the peaceful stillness of a loon, the appeal of wildlife is universal. If you're a woodburning artist with a love of nature and animals, Pyrography Patterns will make it easy for you to create vibrant and attractive wildlife images. Award-winning pyrography artist Sue Walters offers 30 dynamic North American wildlife patterns to use in woodburning projects. These engaging animal subjects—including geese, eagles, bear, deer, wolves, foxes, owls, chipmunks, cougars, and more—are presented in harmonious natural settings. Large ready-to-use designs are provided in both line and tonal patterns. Amazingly detailed tones are shown directly over each line drawing, to guide you in darkening your picture with ultra-realistic, lifelike effects. The author includes tips on transferring patterns, plus advice on segmenting and manipulating the images to create your own custom designs. INSIDE YOU'LL FIND: 30 large ready-to-use North American wildlife designs Lifelike patterns for geese, eagles, bear, deer, wolves, owls, and more Techniques for transferring both line and tonal patterns How to segment and manipulate images to create your own patterns About the Author Internationally-renowned Australian pyrographer Sue Walters is a self-taught woodburner. She has won numerous international pyrographic art awards including Australian Society of Miniature Art International Competition, Melbourne Working with Wood Woodworking Competition, Australian National Woodcarving Competition, Canadian Woodcarving Championships, Ontario Woodcarvers Association Championships, Ottawa Woodcarving Championships, and Hawkwind Wood Carvers Competition Sue Walters is a frequent contributor to Wood Carving Illustrator and Scroll Saw Workshop magazines. She is the owner of the website suewalters.com, the Pyro Newsletter, and the Pyro Classroom Online which offers one-on-one communications and a message board for pyrographers. She resides in Upwey, Victoria, Australia.