Burning Techniques for Wolf Fur

Burning Techniques for Wolf Fur

In this video I show you a few different techniques to capture the various differences in burning realistic looking wolf’s fur.  

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6 Responses

  1. ricky kroeger
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    I love doing it but my technique is little off I have biplorer and at times it get difficult to sit lol I fine relaxing hubby

  2. Debby Remsburg
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    I learned a lot about fur, always did direction but didn’t pay attention to length. is this pattern available?

    • Sharon Bechtold
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      No pattern for this, sorry.

  3. Ruthie JEFFERS
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    This was a great help. Soooo much to learn!

  4. Don Racine
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    Understanding that most woods can be burned…but…does the type of wood….impact the results….such as darkness….intensity in color

    • Sharon Bechtold
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      Not all wood should be burned. Please do a search on toxicity as some woods are highly toxic when burned. To answer your other question, YES different woods have different value scales – in other words the range of lights and darks will vary dramatically. Please perform some basic shading tests on your wood to be sure it will support the design you plan to burn.

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