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Woodturning Design Magazine - outstanding woodturning projects with detailed instructionsWood Carving Tools - Texas - The Old Texas Woodcarvers Shop, Tools, Books, Classes</span>150 Highly Detailed Woodworking Projects & E-Books — Mikes Woodworking ProjectsWhittling: This style of carving wood is perhaps one of the oldest and simplest. All you need to get started with this woodcarving style is a good quality carving knife and a piece of wood. In this technique, bits of wood are cut away from a block of wood until the design the carver has in mind, takes shape. Most of the accomplished wood carvers who use this technique, use only the carving knife for both roughing and detailing work. Typically, the design is not smoothened using a sand paper; the knife strokes are noticeably visible and those are what characterizes the final piece. Carving-in-the-round: This is a more advanced form of woodcarving that can produce sculptures and structures, which are more lifelike with more details and smoother texture. Relief Carving: Relief carved woodwork is three dimensional. Chip Carving: In this method of carving wood, selected portions of wood are chipped away to give shape to a particular design.