Wood Carving 4 Basic Cuts to master
Wood Carving 4 Basic Cuts to master
In this video you will learn the 4 basic cuts that you will need to learn and master in wood carving. You will use these same cuts for everything you carve. Make sure you practice before starting your own carvings. Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE
Thanks, that was well explained. I guess I use the sweep cut for everything and yes, I run into problems with fibres
Thank you Sharon for your precious video-tutorials!
Very informative! I realize now that my techniques were causing most of my issues.
Your pyramid is a tetrahedron :p
Great video though.
Idk if it’s the wood blocks I got with my kit or if the knives are just severely under-sharpened. But nothing I do cuts the wood as easily and cleanly like in these videos. I’ve spent like 2 hours whittling away at one block and making probably nowhere near as much progress as I should have.
This is a way more helpful tutorial than a lot of other ones I found, thanks.
greay tutorial. thanks
Very helpful video thank you.
Thanks for this video i am learning to carve little animals and this is going to help me out alot
Que interesante, yo soy principiante y tallo madera con navaja victorinox, en frantxis14 tengo mis trabajos
Thankyou sharon a big thankyou luv your workkkk
Oh wow, thank you!
Thank you for this video! Can you tell us something about the knife do you use?
I can use this for my grandchildren to show them somethings that I have forgotten.
You are wonderful thanks for the basics!
Thank you for this video, Sharon!! I’m very new to carving and you explain things so well, and your video quality is fantastic. Thanks so much 🙂
Good morning, can someone tell me the name of the tool you use to make the cuts? I want to buy one and I do not know how I know what its name is, if you know of a special brand that is good I would appreciate it.
Thank you so much I’m completely new to this type of hobby I’m very excited to get started and this video is a ton of help to reference thank you so much 🙂
I’m a beginner and your video is very helpful. God bless you!
Thank you! you taught is so well!!!
You’re a great teacher! You packed a lot of info into a really short video! Super interesting–and I’m sure it’ll take some practice to get these down. You make it look so easy! 🙂 Thanks!! 🙂
What wood are you using? It looks firm and soft for carving.
You’re an excellent teacher, Sharon! Thank you 🙂
Thank you for your fine video, well prepared, well presented and well demonstrated. Many presenters “tell” you what to do, you “showed” us what to do, a big difference. John
Thank you ma’am …. 🙏
Excelent teacher. I Thanks
this is a must see for starters
Great introductory video, I’ve recently taken up the hobby and this was an awesome short and sweet explanation that other videos took 20-30 minutes to describe. Bonus points because you remind me of my crafty grandma. Excellent work!
Thank you for sharing your knowledge, I hope the tradition and practice lives on.
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Great video, thank you Sharon!
Thank you so much
Thank you really helpful
This was the most helpful video I’ve seen of any wood carver so far!! Thank you so much!! I’m so so so excited to try!!!
Thanks for sharing, I look forward to your other videos
Great video, very helpful content thanks for sharing
I hope your still around 🙁
Thank you, very good explanation.
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Love to see her try that with the oak we have around here… she’s basically carving plaster of paris. Where are the real wood carvers???
Best video for beginner
I will try to do it with Woodglut plans.
I don’t know how you get those pretty little pyramids.
What wood is this?
Hi there, I’m brand new to whittling at the age of 62. As if life wasn’t hard enough I needed something new lol.
My husband says old folks used to whittle to take their minds off of things. I just got my tools last night, I’ll try to let you know if I could do it.
I know you can find solutions to this problem in the Woodprix plans.
Thank you ma’am