Carve Your Own Itch: Basic Eraser Carving
Dog Pond Press, May 1, 2006 - 184 pages
Carve Your Own Itch solves the age old problem eraser carvers have always faced when getting started - where to find images for inspiration. You could buy a book that tells you how to carve, or you could buy a book of images, but not both in one book. Now you can.
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