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Chip Carving and Relief Carving

By Josef Mader, Margot Dembo, Josef Schogl, Hertha Rauch, Paul Ranner
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1987
Year
English
Language
Collier Books
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Summary

The traditional folk craft of chip carving is commonly used in Switzerland, Austria, and Germany for the decoration of all kinds of wooden objects. Only a few inexpensive tools and a small quantity of wood are needed to enjoy this craft, which is an excellent ans simple introduction to the broader realm of relief carving.<br>The most popular guide to this subject in Europe, Josef Maders Chip Carving takes the reader step by step through the chip carving process, from layout of the design to the final cut and finishing of the piece.

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