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"...an experienced architectural carver...shows his craft in a step-by
-step manner, explaining tool use, wood choices, and different styles
of carving....stands out because of its great section on tool use....offers
a wealth of both traditional and innovative information; for example, he
employs inexpensive pneumatic chisels...a great technique that this reviewer
has never seen anywhere else. The techniques revealed here could be used by
most woodcarvers, not just those interested in architectural carving....among
the best on the subject and is essential for all woodcraft collections..."--Library Journal.
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Give every part of your home distinctive, fine craftsman touches with architectural carvings. The techniques you'll learn cover both power and hand tools and result in handsome embelishments unlike any others. Use the projects to help you adapt your own dimensions, style, and designs. Each one includes techniques and tips that can't be found elsewhere. These carvings are the mark of a carving woodworker.
Michael Burton has been refining his woodworking skills for over 50 years. He has contributed over 80 pieces to American woodworking and home improvement magazines since 1994 including Woodwork and Fine Woodworking magazines. He lives in Ogden, Utah.
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