Due to the length of this one I had to break it in into two parts.
More good information and insite to special techniques. Thanks for the continuing ride. Why is it that five minute epoxy is never '5' minutes to set? I find myselfd doing the same as you - having to hold it for a while longer, just to be sure.
looking good Lynn. Amazing how strong that little joint is..
The braids are awesome, they really set her apart. Lot of work, but geat things just don't happen by themselves, at least not in woodcarving. That profile guage is really a handy tool, hopefully I will stumble aross one at a garage sale. The indian Lady is really starting to come to life, will be a great piece. Thanks for the new info and tips in this episode.
Interesting and informative, Lynn, but I ask why don't they make profile guages anymore? If I come across any myself I will pick it up. It seems like a great little tool. Great job Lynn, and good camera work Judy. fred k
Thanks for the information as always, Great!! I found my profile gauge at a local hardware store..they are still made ....Thanks again Judy for the video work...Mary Anne
Great videos....once again. I have a sugestion regarding the head that you have no body to.......maybe you can ship it to me and I would gladly supply it with a new body and home.
To use the extra head, have it peeking out from between the flaps of a Teepee, carve some hands to stick out below that are holding the flaps closed. You could have her spying on someone or something else...just a thought.