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Basic Decoy Carving

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Basic Decoy Carving

Aside from building boats, and publishing several books on the topic (see below), Walt Simmons has been carving since the 1960s. Take advantage of his tips and save yourself a bundle of time (and perhaps frustration). The book is full of shop sketches and tells specifically which woods work and those that are best avoided. Add to that the plans for making your own dust box, three carving patterns (a basic shorebird, a miniature realistic Black Duck, and a Bufflehead Drake hunting decoy), as well as lists of suppliers and references, and this is not only useful, it's a bargain.

Contents

 

  • Chapter 1 Using Wood and Other Stuff
  • Chapter 2 Hand Tools, Power Tools, & Burning Tools
  • Chapter 3 Sharpening
  • Chapter 4 Patterns & Reference Materials
  • Chapter 5 Caveats (Things to Bear in Mind)
  • Chapter 6 What Do You Use For ________?
  • Chapter 7 Actually Carving Something
  • Chapter 8 Paints & Painting
  • Chapter 9 Photo Gallery
  • Appendix: Patterns, Suppliers, References
  • Index

    by Walter J. Simmons
    6-1/2" x 8-1/2" format, comb bound to open and lay flat
    205 pages, 76 shop drawings and photos

  • Sku: 300-865
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