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post #21 of 26 Old 09-03-2010, 02:40 PM
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Very nice!

How did you learn to draw? I remember trying while back, but I definitely have no talent what so ever.
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post #22 of 26 Old 09-03-2010, 02:48 PM
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Thanks again, herdbound!

Thank you All4Crystal! Maybe someday I'll take a crack at woodburning. ;)
You know I think you'd be good at it. It takes patience and you sure have that! :)
It's not really that much difference from drawing with a pencil. Much slower though.
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Very nice!

How did you learn to draw? I remember trying while back, but I definitely have no talent what so ever.
Thanks! I've learned by trial and error, reference books, art forums and lots of practice.

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You know I think you'd be good at it. It takes patience and you sure have that! :)
It's not really that much difference from drawing with a pencil. Much slower though.
Well, after seeing in your thread you bought your tools at Walmart for $14 I'm really inclined to try it, lol!




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Well, after seeing in your thread you bought your tools at Walmart for $14 I'm really inclined to try it, lol!
Well, actually I was wrong. I was looking for some more woodplaques yesterday, and I noticed the woodburning iron is only $10. If you will want some nicer plaques you'll find them in Hobby Lobby or Michael's.
But for practice you can find cheap ones in WalMart. The 5" by 7" are only $1ea. :)
Good luck! Don't forget to post a picture of your work when you try it.
If you will need any tips or help feel free to ask. Don't get discouraged with the first try. My first one didn't look very impressive haha. Second one was much better. ;)
Oh and sand it down to get it smooth so your tip doesn't catch in the wood - your lines would be very uneven.
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Thanks for the tips! If I decide to try it, believe me, you'll be the first to know. ;)

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Aw thanks! :)
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