Getting down to the nitty-gritty now we finish up the nose and move into the area everyone seems to have trouble with….the eyes. Hopefully, this video will show you that it’s really not that hard to carve a couple of good looking eyes.
Hey Lynn, Thanks for the clarity on those eyes, what a difference it makes when a person starts to take a good look at the anatomy of the face. Also congratulations on your 100th video production. G.L. Wallace
Lynn , I am really enjoying the whole series . Your reference material and references to the skull are really helping me . To you and your lovely wife I say thanks .
Gosh Lynn, I looked at my carvings and all I could see was thick necks and squarqish kinda heads....your videos are going to get me improving on that and all those facial features for sure. Thanx for giving us the insight and enthusiam to do better. You're a pretty "durn" good teacher.
Hold on there - Did you say 100th video production? That's one heck of a lot of work that I'm sure everyone is very appreciative of. Thanks, again, Lynn and Judy.Guess this means we are all invited over to Lynn's place for free Bar_B-Que and all the beer you can drink?Ron
You've taught me more than any other source I've used. Love your work. By the way, where did you get your anatomy pictures on the desk?
Great videos, thank you. I am just interested to know why you use this specific knife where there are great carving knives out there like Denny's etc.Thanks for sharing
Great technique... this video series is really helpful for us who are new to carvings. Thanks!