Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Commercial break - Whittling twigs and branches

Wood artist Chris Lubkemann has invented and mastered a unique whittling technique that produces perfect curls of wood that can be used to great effect in the carving of birds-roosters, herons, pheasants-evergreen trees, and flowers. Photos and drawings accompany step-by-step instructions for producing amazingly convincing versions of feathers, needles, and flower petals. Both beginning and advanced whittlers will benefit from this new technique.

Woodcraft Magazine said:
"The author has an artistic eye and a solid technique."


  1. whittletastic

  2. is the woodcraft magazine the magazine for the woodcraft folk or a mag for whittlers? inquiring minds wanna know...