Join us Saturday, October 7th 2017 from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. for our annual Wood and Craft Show. Jack Steffek and Ryan Daniels will be turning bowls and instructing on their lathes, Pam Hibbs creating objects of art on her scroll saw, our crew will be operating the Woodmizer sawmill and if we can talk him in to it, Steven will do a little chain saw carving. Visit themonstercycle and learn more.
Are you looking for a hobby that allows you to create beautiful keepsakes or practical items without spending hundreds of dollars just to get started? Wood carving checks all of those boxes.
This article explains the basics of wood carving, including the tools, terminology, and types of wood carving. Wood carving is a type of woodworking in which people use knives, chisels, and other hand-held wood carving tools to create figures or designs in pieces of wood. Woodcarvers make everything from duck decoys, cufflinks, and epic three-dimensional storybook scenes to furniture, home decor, and life-sized sculptures of animals or people.
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A wood carver’s most basic tools are carving knives, such as whittling knives, chip carving knives, and hook knives. Whittling knives are all-purpose tools while chip carving knives feature a thin, short blade that allows carvers to chip away small bits of wood. A hook knife, or spoon knife, has a bent blade shaped like a hook and is ideal for carving spoons and other pieces with hollowed-out areas, learn more at woodworkingquestions. Chisels and gouges make it easier to carve curves and angles. Chisels have flat edges while gouges have curved edges and rounded ends. Gouges allow the carver to scoop out chunks of wood. When woodcarvers carve grooves or add detail to their carvings, they often use a veiner, a special gouge with longer sides. If their project needs angles rather than curves, they’ll choose a V-tool (or a skew chisel).