Bills and Beaks
This, and the other books in the series, offer world-class carving tips -- at a reasonable price. Each volume presents a variety of techniques from carvers like Jim Sprankle, Leo Osbourne, Martin Gates, and Larry Tawes Jr. All the books are illustrated with exceptional colour and black-and-white photographs.
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