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    Hi, all!

    Just discovered this board. Can anyone recommend a source for patterns of a classical religious theme (chip, relief)?

    I really appreciate your suggestions.

    Thanks! P

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    I have a pattern book from Ivan Whillock that has several patterns of religous theme. I can't remember the name of the book off hand though. You might look on this sights booklists. The book Im thinking about doesn't have any chip carving in it though. Religous carving is what I primarily do too. There's a great market for it!
    I Cut It Six Times And It's Still Too Short!!!

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      Re: Religious subjects

      Thank you; I'll investigate the Whillock book. Meanwhile, if anyone else thinks of a source, I'd be really grateful if you shared your idea with me.

      Thanks again.

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      • #4
        Re: Religious subjects

        you might have a look at Bill Judt's site and also look for his books. He does some beautiful relief work.

        http://www.wwwoodcarver.com/Assorted...es/myhome.html

        good luck,

        Dave

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          http://www.mountainwoodcarvers.com/religiou.htm

          I did a google search on religious carving and that is just one of MANY hits

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          • #6
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            Dave,

            Wow! This is one talented man. I appreciate the info and link.

            Phil

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