Last little pyrography piece for this week, honest! Just a small piece at around 4 x 3 inches. Live edged wood (sycamore I think), then coloured with watercolour paints and finished with wood wax.
Another pyrography piece on live edged Eucalyptus, coloured with watercolour paints and finished with wood wax.
Another pyrography piece on live edged sycamore (I think). Coloured with watercolour paints and finished with chopping block oil.
Finished couple of decorative cheeseboards earlier the week. Pyrography works burning the outline and the wishes one coloured watercolour paints/pencils.
Here’s a little departure from my normal work. I cut the outside with my scrollsaw, then power carved the tree stump and eagle this using a Dremel, then a lot of hand sanding! I applied a bit of white dye … Read More
Here’s a little horse drawn plough pyrography I did earlier. It about 29cm x 20cm on live edged sycamore (I think).
Here is a little commemorative plaque made for a lady in Yorkshire. It is a combination project involving fretwork (kind of intarsia) and pyrography. It is 8″ x 6″ and approx 0.75″ thick finished with three coats of Yacht varnish … Read More
A bit of a combination project here with the overall piece cut out using the scroll saw and then the image applied using my pyrography pen.
Here is another one! A jenny wren on some convolvulus, approx 48cm x 28cm. This is burned onto a nice piece of sycamore kindly given to me by Michael Sinclair (https://michael-sinclair-woodturner.co.uk) when I visited his workshop after the Out of … Read More
Here’s a little piece I did to experiment with gradation in pyrography. It’s not an entire success in that respect but it came out not to bad overall. My daughter who is the subject of the piece, with her little dog, was delighted … Read More