Texturing with a woodburner

In this demonstration, I will show you how to use the woodburner as a carving tool, using a sharp blade to create different textures, patterns and designs. We will talk about the material, the wood and the different tips and pens. I am going to carve a steampunk design to show you the 3 main techniques that combined create the illusion of a different material. Then I will show you different textures, including but not limited to interlacing, stone wall, hammered metal, burned earth… and finally, I will show you how to make your own tips and sharpen them.

If you already attended my first demonstration on the woodburning, you can still register for this one, I will go further and show you more textures, leaving the coloring for a second demonstration on November 5th. This will allow me to give you more details, and show you some new textures I have been working on.

It will be an interactive remote demonstration, you will be able to comment and ask questions directly to me, or in the chat. It will be on October 27th, at 9am Mountain Time.

I hope to see you there !

5 Responses

  1. Salut Laurent, I saw the demo where you did the steampunk carving and using the gilding waxes…will this be a repeat, or an extension of the techniques?
    Rick Crawford

    1. Hi Rick, it will be an extension, the bases will be the same and I will do the steampunk but I will go deeper and show more than usual because the painting will be in a second demo.

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