Router Forums banner

Discussions Showcase Albums Media Media Comments Tags Marketplace

1-6 of 6 Results
  1. Pyrography and Carving
    Just started a coupe of weeks ago. Using the walnut hallow burner on birch with the cone attachment. I sand beforehand and go slow. Problems: -I’m still getting glitchy results and have to go over it several times which means it looks spotty. I need tips for smoother lines. (Sand more? Use...
  2. New Member Introductions
    I recently started doing woodburning (pyrography), and I like doing it so much that I made a blog about it. If everyone could check it out and tell me what you think of my work that would be awesome. The link is:
  3. Show N' Tell
    Just finished a plaque for one of the fire stations here in Dallas. He sent me a photo with their station logo and I woodburned it on a 2'x2' board. The woodburning took about 6 hours to finish. Lets just say my hand is hurting today!
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hi everyone. My name is Charlie and I am a Dallas Firefighter. I used to do some woodworking in my spare time as a hobby making wahoo marble boards (we play it here at the fire station), locker plaques and other fire dept related things. Recently I decided to make my own little side business, En...
  5. Pyrography and Carving
    A woodburning I did. I colored it with watercolor pencils, and then used Linseed Oil to finish it~ Thoughts, suggestions, and all other opinions are welcome
  6. Pyrography and Carving
    Hi, Does anyone have any guidance on the best types of paints to use to highlight pyrographic wildlife? I want to use pyrography to decorate routed signs. Currently my entire paint collection is made up of acrylic paints. I've seen a number of examples of painted wildlife art that allows the...
1-6 of 6 Results