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Trial Run for the Timber Wolf

January 05, 2011

 

I have just completed my first trial run of the Timber Wolf for the next Realistic Carving Wildlife Study Pack.  I will have to make a few corrections in the tooling and probably a few adjustments to the painting, and then it will ready to go.  I hope to have this ready to publish by the end of next week.  Don't forget, this will be free for all the former members of the Everything Burnett Club.  You will get a notification when it is ready for download.

Just thought I would give you a heads up as to what you might expect and to let you know that I am keeping my commitment. 

  TNFirst Color Trial for Timber Wolf.jpg 

As regards those of you that were not members of the EBC, I hope you will consider ordering this new Wildlife Study pack.   You may not realize this, but each pack is designed to teach you more than just how to carve and tool the specific animal.  They teach value lessons and special usage of carving tools that you probably never learned and even knew about.   

For instance:  The Bighorn Ram lesson teaches how to use the simple modeling spoon to achieve textures in ways you may not have seen before.   The American Kestrel teaches my special technique for doing bird feathers with a modified F910 and how to modify that tool.  It also teaches you how to dress up and correct your other pointed  bevellers so that you get better results. 

The Timber Wolf will teach you unbelievable techniques that can be achieved with the F926, provided you have one made correctly.   While we are on the subject of the F926, I will shortly post a FREE lesson on the uses of this tool and my struggles to get this tool available to you, properly made to achieve maximum results.    Hopefully, someone will listen?  

Best regards, Paul