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Squirrel Pyrography

With a picture like this I would start out with the outline of the branches first using the sharp tip. You could then progress to parts of the squirrel that also need basic outlining like the feet, snout, and hairs … Continue reading

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Squirrel Pyrography

The tips I used for this project were the following. Sharp Tip is what I use for outlining the picture and general purpose tasks. The next is a shading tip to add depth and capture how the light creates shadows. … Continue reading

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Squirrel Pyrography

Now that you have the image transferred to your work piece you are ready to start burning. My first suggestion is to pick a piece of scrap wood that is the same kind as your project to use as a … Continue reading

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Squirrel Pyrography

Next you will trace the general out line of the picture you have chosen on to some tracing paper. In the picture above I have tape it to a piece of graphite paper and then taped it to the work … Continue reading

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Squirrel Pyrography

In the coming posts I will show you how to do a squirrel pyrography project of your own. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a squirrel but it will give you an idea where to start and the steps and … Continue reading

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Another Squirrel

There is tonnes of squirrels around our property, so I guess it is fitting to capture the images of our little friends in wood. This piece is done on basswood and was a pleasure to do as it had me … Continue reading

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