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This is a couple of pieces i teach in classes. We use black and white photos to work from. everyone traces them using carbon paper, to avoid having it become a drawing class.

than we burn the darkest areas first. after that i teach them techniques to do the mid range values.. the grays in a black and white world. Than we worry about NOT burning the lightest areas.

There is more to it than that, but if you can get your brain to start seeing pictures in black and white, than under stand the values.. darkest to lightest, you could do some pretty spectacular pyrography...

The Eagles head is a great example... you real can not burn light colors, so how do you do the white of the head....by creating dark behind it. same with the white wolf and the moon. http://www.routerforums.com/images/smilies/no.gif
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Great work, Scott and also great to be teaching others how to carry on the craft...

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this is impressive...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Very nice! I'm so impressed! Do you sell?
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Very nice! I'm so impressed! Do you sell?
Yes, we have a Gallery and post much of what we do on the Gallery Facebook page.

Look up Willow Creek Gallery on Facebook and if you don't see it there, we can post it. Most of the wood burnings don't get posted, as they are a pretty low dollar project.

you can also find some info at Wildlife Art of Alaska

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Nice work - very realistic
Look great on my monitor - must be spectacular in real life
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Awesome work , Great Job
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Very impressive.

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