Pyrography: The Principles of Woodburning
Pyrography also known as woodburning, is beautiful and much simpler than any other drawing or painting medium. Luckily it is also rather easy to master when you understand that pyrography is a physical rather than a mechanical process and so cannot be approached in the same way as drawing or painting. Whereas drawing and painting are mainly mechanical – meaning that you lay in the ink, graphite, or paint – pyrography is physical.Pyrography: How To Woodburn Realistic Fur
There is a common misconception in woodburning circles, that there is ONE BEST way to burn fur. This misconception unfortunately creates mediocre results in virtually all attempts at rendering a realistic burning. Why?Pyrography: Woodburned Portraits, How To Burn Necks And Chins
In working with portraits, necks are a notorious challenge to most artists. There is a tendency to simplify the division between the head and neck with a simple line. And this line, if not placed EXACTLY right, and if not the EXACT shape, can make your entire image look awkward and unrealistic.Pyrography: How To Work With Woodgrain In Your Woodburning
Woodgrain can make or break your burnings. I initially established my reputation in pyrography by incorporating grain into my compositions. I used prominent grain to create a secondary pattern that supported my realistic images.How to Crochet the 4 Corners Coaster
The four corners crochet coaster pattern is very quick and easy to crochet. As a matter of fact, it’s so easy a new crochet beginner can master it.