Beginnings of a Large Format Woodburned Tiger

Beginnings of a Large Format Woodburned Tiger

Follow along as I demonstrate how to begin a large format woodburned tiger. If you have enjoyed this video and would like to learn more be sure to check out my FREE Burning Basics video series be sure to visit http://www.FreeBurningVideos.com

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  1. Shanise
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    I am about to start a huge project. It’s definitely a little daunting, but I am super excited. I am currently finishing up a medium sized project of an owl that has been great practice for me.

  2. Phillip Devens
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    Very Nice

  3. Brian
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    Can you give any help with a tiger face. I have just got a one temperature pen

    • Sharon Bechtold
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      Hi Brian,

      Be sure to watch the Burning Basics Video series to learn how to control your tool. The large Tiger project can be burned with a single temperature pen. You will need to adjust your speed and pressure as I describe in the Burning Basics videos since you don’t have the temperature controls. It can be done very successfully – it helps to have wood that doesn’t burn too quickly. This piece is burned on Baltic Birch Ply which burns slower than Basswood. Hope this helps!

  4. brian
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    thank you it did help

    • Sharon Bechtold
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      Good 🙂

  5. Brian
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    Hi I ah e got a new pet with a control temperature can you tel what is the best temperature for shading in on a face please

    • Sharon Bechtold
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      Hi Brian,

      You will need to test the temperatures on similar scrap wood to determine the best temperature. It all will depend on the type of wood, the speed and pressure you use, and the ambient temperature of the room.

      Hope this helps!

      Sharon

  6. Sabrina
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    Wow !

    It’s beautiful… c’est très beau !!!

    Sabrina

    • Sharon Bechtold
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      Thank you. And thank you for catching my mistake on the link – it is corrected now 🙂

  7. James Stanley
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    I just watched this vid. it cleared up some of my problens, thanks.

    • Sharon Bechtold
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      glad it helped 🙂

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