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by Jeff Phares

Download Carving Eyes: Step-By-Step Instructions for Creating Realistic Features and Expressions (Carving Expressions in Wood) eBook
ISBN:
1565231635
Author:
Jeff Phares
Category:
Home Improvement & Design
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fox Chapel Publishing (October 1, 2002)
Pages:
72 pages
EPUB book:
1567 kb
FB2 book:
1785 kb
DJVU:
1315 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
769


A complete guide to creating realistic portraits in wood from a champion .

A complete guide to creating realistic portraits in wood from a champion carver. Learn the techniques for carving hair. Step-by-step instructions for carving each facial feature: eyes, nose, and mouth " Techniques for creating realistic hair, skin, and muscle " Tips for avoiding mistakes and advice for fixing flaws " Options for customizing your carving " Completely redrawn illustrations " Inspiring ed gallery of photos of the author's work, including cowboys, frontiersmen, and Native Americans.

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Carving tools and wood selection are discussed in depth. Also included are patterns that will work for a variety of carving projects. Fox Chapel Publishing Company, Incorporated.

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This book chronicles all the stages in creating a realistic human face from wood. Illustrated with detailed photographs of more than 20 finished carvings, this book also offers a wealth of technical how-to information for woodworkers and artists. Helpful information includes advice on handling tools, tips for working wood to resemble the shape of skin and muscles, and hints on carving realistic hats and headdresses. Also included are more than 20 diagrams that explain facial anatomy and how it relates to carving masks and busts.

This book is loaded with clear step-by-step instructions and illustrations, anatomical charts and information, and before-and-after comparisons you won’t find anywhere else-all tailored to creating authentic Japanese-style manga

This book is loaded with clear step-by-step instructions and illustrations, anatomical charts and information, and before-and-after comparisons you won’t find anywhere else-all tailored to creating authentic Japanese-style manga. And in addition to the breakdowns of the various sections of the body, you’ll also learn how all the different elements-including faces and costumes-come together to form complete characters.

Carving realistic facial features poses a challenge to even the most experienced carver. Through step-by-step photographs, this guide shows woodworkers how to correctly position the eyes on a carving, how to create the proper shapes, and how to correct common design mistakes. Carvers will be able to more accurately carve lashes, brows, and pupils. Also discussed is information on anatomy to help carvers better understand how the muscles of the face dictate expression. Details on carving tools, carving wood, and reference material are included as well.
  • Matty
I was able to carve Jeff's Indian Mask, and it looked almost as good as his work.
  • Fegelv
It is step by step
  • Qutalan
no comment
  • Beardana
I can't say enough good about this book. Carving the eyes have always been "tricky" for me, but this book absolutely answered all my questions and showed me how to carve (STEP BT STEP) four different types of eyes. I can't recommend it highly enough.
  • Quashant
This book may be great to the experienced carver, but it is not quite a good for new carvers trying to learn new skills.
  • Nalmetus
A LITTLE HARD TO SEE AND UNDERSTAND AT FIRST. ONCE I GOT WHAT THE PHOTOS WERE SHOWING IT STARTED MAKING SENCE. IT EXPLAINED WHAT I WAS DOING WRONG AND HELPED ME VERY MUCH. THE PHOTOS SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN CROPPED SO CLOSE TO WHAT THEY ARE SUPPOSE TO BE SHOWING. a VIEW FUTHER BACK WOULD HAVE HELPED.

KEVIN
  • digytal soul
The pictures are just terrible, hard to tell where he carved because of the glare on the wood. You have to try to follow the instructions by reading the captions under each picture.
hard to see the photos because of too much light. Jeff Phares is a world class carver.