Wood Plate Carving Video Tutorial – Part 4

Wood Plate Carving Video Tutorial – Part 4

Wood Carving Wood Plate Engraving ImageIn Part 4 of  this “How To” Video Tutorial, Dr. Lew takes us through the following steps:

  • Lettering the Outside Border
  • How to make the stencil film “not so sticky”
  • How to Properly Position Stencil for Lettering
  • Tracing Lettering through Stencil Film
  • Final Staining and Sealing
  • Proper Presentation
  • Delivering to Your Customer (professional image)

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The video above is Part 4 of 4 of the wood carving video tutorial.

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WAIT – At Profitable Hobbies next Free Webinar, Dr. Lew is going to take us through a Wooden Plate Carving he is doing right now for Utah State University.

This is no ordinary wooden plate, the one is 36 inches in diameter – and worth thou$and$!

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Dr. Lew’s Wooden Plate Project Webinar is Wednesday, May 26 at 7:00 MDT – it is free to attend.

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If you missed any of the first three parts to this Wooden Plate Engraving/Carving Tutorial Series,  here are the links to where you an access them –

Part 1 – Wooden Plate Engraving Video

Part 2 – Engraving a Wooden Plate

Part 3 – Wood Plate Carving

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One Response to Wood Plate Carving Video Tutorial – Part 4

  1. Peter October 29, 2010 at 3:31 pm #

    Dear sir, I have just finished watching your videos on Kenny Rodger’s plate. I must say that they are truly remarkable and I have thoroughly enjoyed watching them and learning a potential new hobby at the same time. I can honestly state that I couldn’t take my eyes from what I was seeing. Amazing!!
    Just one question if I may, you mentioned in your videos about stencils. I presume that you make your own clear stencils. I have never come accross this process before, do you have a video which explains this method of stencil manufacture? Any information / guidance you can offer would be very gratefully recieved. Thank you in advance for you help, and thank you for posting these videos. I will be looking forward to seeing some more soon.
    Kind regards, Peter.