This two episode lesson shows how to carve one of my favorite styles. Forget what you know about how things are "supposed" to look. This original design is a water lily in the style of Art Nouveau on the second half of a homemade bellows. This boundlessly versatile style has roots in France in the last decade of the 1800s and is most identifiable for an organic flow that bends the rules of realism and classical art.
In this highly detailed and practical lesson from a classical woodcarver, you see every step so you can develop your own carving abilities. It's one of those lessons you'll want to watch again and again.
This lesson includes:
- Two video episodes in 1080p HD resolution totaling 108 minutes running time.
- Two printable files containing a template, tool list, and photo.
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