Thu, Mar 22, 2007, 7:36am (EDT-3) firstname.lastname@example.org doth
I'm looking for suggestions for wood carving hand tools for somebody
just getting started. I've poked around online and the price ranges vary
greatly. I'd like to give carving a serious shot, but I'm not sure I'm
ready to dump $200-$300 on gouges. I'm looking for something mid-range,
and some suggestions on what sort of sizes I should be picking up.
Go to your local library, borrow a book or wo on carving. Than,
like you've already been advised, and if you don't already have one, go
to your local hardware stre and pick up a decent pocket knife. Might
want to pick up a sarpening stone too. Then ge som chunks of 2X4 or
similar wod. No prob.
Custom philosophizing done. No job too small; must be indoor work, with
no heavy lifting.