Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Woodcarving Plans For Woodcarving/whittling Is An Expensive Power Carving Tool Better Than The Cheaper Dremel Brand?

For woodcarving/whittling is an expensive power carving tool better than the cheaper Dremel brand? - woodcarving plans

I begin with a small sculptures and carvings, I like it a tool that can help. I see that some have cost $ 300-800 (like "Master Carvers Micro Pro") and then there is the flexi duplicated Dremel tools and accessories for under $ 100. That does not bother me on the extra money if the product is to spend more - at a time. Does anyone know the benefits of more expensive products? What is the difference?

2 comments:

  1. Are you sure that you are using a Dremel tool?
    Until you have tried, do not know whether you love or hate.
    I want to buy an inexpensive tool for authentic brand in order to see if I like it or not. (Actually, I did not buy one, but to use wood.)
    Sometimes, economic instruments have been for years without problems, sometimes they are the shit, but not all will be well worth a try to repair when something breaks.
    And sometimes, the extra bits, and only fit for this machine so cheap, it is still some bits to the left when the case or if you have more bits for this machine can not replace.

    Cheap tools in a good tool shops are worse in this sense, better to go into the basket really cheap, poorly paid, but you know that buy the shit if you have a chain of good will who are paying more, but still rubbish .

    If you are ready to buy an expensive tool, make sure you use standard bits and extensions, and a repair service if something goes wrong.

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  2. Hello:

    Here are some books in any library or bookstore and some Web pages available to you:

    Sculpture and Vale
    by Elmer J. Tangerman, EJ Tangerman - an excellent book on the topic - get this, if nothing else


    Manual of traditional wood carving
    Paul N. Hasluck (Author)

    The Beginner's Handbook of Woodcarving: With Project Reasons for Line Carving Relief Carving Carving in the Round and Bird Carving
    Charles Biederman, William Johnston, William Johnston,

    Woodcarving: 20 great projects for beginners and sculptors Weekend (Weekend Crafter Series)
    John I. Hillyer

    Little Book of Sculpture: The time on the road, spent on the terrace under the stars
    Chris L├╝bkemann

    Woodcarving tools, materials and equipment, Volume 1
    by Chris Pye, Dick Onians (Foreword), Gino Masero (Prologue)

    Woodcarving tools, materials and equipment, Volume 2
    by Chris Pye

    How to carve wood: a book of projects and techniques
    RicardoButz ARD Cehanowiez Laura Tringali (Author)

    Size for children: An Introduction to Woodcarving
    Robin Edward Trudel

    The Book of Wood Carving: Technique, Designs and Projects
    by Charles Marshall Sayers

    Classic Female Faces in Wood Size: A How-to reference for the sculptors and woodcarvers
    by Ian Norbury

    Size of the green men and wood spirits: The instructions and patterns for a form of classical art
    by Lora S. Irish, Chris Pye, Shawn Cipa

    Character Guide carpenter carving sculpture, letters, and gold
    Greg Krockta

    1001 designs for the cutting and Vale
    by Elmer J. Tangerman

    Fundamentals of Figure Carving
    by Ian Norbury

    Size of the human figure: studies in wood and stone
    Dick Onians

    Complete Woodcarver's Handbook
    by Graham R. Bull

    The figures carved in wood forms of human and animal
    Sara Wilkinson

    Size and Mrs. Santa Claus
    Ken Blomquist, Jeffrey B. Snyder (Photographer)

    HeightAnd wood tips, techniques and inspiration for artists
    by Vic Hood, Jack A. Williams, Jack A. Williams (Photographer)

    New techniques and approaches for woodcarving
    by DVV Semenick

    Woodcarving: Tools and Techniques Contemporary
    by Mark Lindquist, Bill Byers (Photographer), Bill Byers (Photographer)

    Make a wood carver from # 2: More sculpture projects
    Duke guilders by Mary, Mary D. Gulden





    Some websites:

    http://www.carvingpatterns.com/ ...

    http://www.woodcarvingillustrated.com/ .. ...

    http://www.woodcarvers.org/faq.htm ...

    http://www.carvingpatterns.com/wood.htm. ...

    http://www.chippingaway.com/woodcarving/ ...

    ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/wood_carvin

    http://www.foxchapelpublishing.com/ ...

    http://www.woodcarvers.org/index.htm ...

    http://www.diynetwork.com/diy/ww_decorat ...

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