LIMITED TIME ONLY ORDER NOW CASTFORM FOR EVERY OCCASION
1. BEST WEATHER FORECAST NO EVEN HAVE TO TURN ON TV 2. BOOBS FOR EASY ACCESS FONDLING 3. POTPANS CLEANED BY RAIN 4. PANPOTS DRIED BY SUN 5. FRYING POTPAN INTO DRYING POTPAN 6. GREY MATTE FINISH 7. EXCELLENT STOCKING STUFFER
SUPPLIES LIMITED MANY WILL ENTER FEW WILL WIN THANK FOR TIME
This is beautiful, my friend! I really love her thick swirling hair.
By the by, what tools did you use to carve this? Was a certain gouge used on the hair, or a certain knife for the chip carving of the Celtic knot relief? I'm really curious because I'm just really truly getting in to wood carving and I want to know which tools are best for the job. Do you use any Flexcut knives/chisels/palm tools? I have a set of three detail knives from them and they work pretty well... pretty sharp too but I recently got a set of Revell carving knives with two different U-gouges, two different V-gouges/parting tools, two chisels, and a scoring knife, a knife for flat-plane carving, etc... but they seem more fragile than the Flexcut tools. What brand(s) of tools do you find suit best for figure carving and such?
Sorry to send a barrage of questions your way, I just really would like some tips; any information you can provide me with would be most helpful.
Anyway, this is beautiful work; congrats on the well-deserved DD!