The Coal Miner - Part 26-Burning from Out West Woodcarving Videos on Vimeo.
Hooray! Another video! Welcome back, and congratulations on a good show at Dayton. Please cast aside modesty and post us a list of your wins and awards from the show, we are all curious. Also, an update on the Woolaroc function please, is it over or still pending...and how did it go for you. I am off in just a few minutes to my carving club meeting, so will have to defer viewing the video for a while, but it will be here like a present under the Christmas tree for me when I get back. Thats for resuming the blog.
Welcome back Lynn thanks for coming back by the way.It must be hard to do a carving in segments such as do do for our learning and enjoyment ! I 'll try to give you a short explanation of how much it means to me and maybe others.I live in the great white north and the nearest town with a carving club is over 200 miles away.So going to my local club for regular meeting is out of the question.I do not copy your carving exact and only copy them at all to learn some of your techniques .You are a carving beacon to this newbee out here in the dark thank you Lynn and as always thanks to your director /camera person Judy Take care
Great to see you back again Lynn and I hope you had a lot of success in Dayton.
My mentor has returned :) I’m glad you did so well in Dayton. Ill have to make the trip down to see it one of these times.
Hello Lynn! I read on Woodcarving Illustrated that you suggested rounding off the back edges of your 3/16" band saw blade.What do you mean by this?And how do you achieve this?
I understand that you have a life outside of carving.. But you ha Glad you and Judy are back to making videos. You been sorely missed. Ginny
Hi Lynn, It's great to have you back you have been a big miss, hope all went well at the show and you fill us in on your success!! Looking forward to the weekend as I'm off to Harrogate for the annual woodwork show!! Believe me we don't get many of these kind of shows in the UK so it's kind of a big deal! Keep up the good work my friend. Trev