Pyrography - Birds and Feathers Archives - Burning With Sharon

Burning Hummingbird Feathers In this video I share a quick and easy technique for burning hummingbird feathers. This process is important because it will help keep delicate feathers from disappearing into the wood while still maintaining their fine appearance. By …
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In this video I share with you how to woodburn the wing feathers on an eagle. This second of two videos covers burning the feathers in the outstretched wings. The reason this is important is because woodburning detail in an …
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  In this video I share with you how to woodburn an eagle. This first of two videos covers burning the torso and also beginning to lay out the basic structure of the wing where it stretches out from the …
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In this video I show you a few different techniques for burning a flying bald eagle. From burning the light feathers on the white head, to creating texture in the dark areas. I also cover lights and shadows, contouring and …
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In this video I will show and explain step by step how to blend the mantle and wing feathers to woodburn a realistic looking patterned wing on a mallard duck. To get started and learn to burn right now sign …
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In this video I will show and explain step by step how to woodburn realistic looking patterned chest feathers on a mallard duck. To get started and learn to burn right now sign up for my FREE Burning Basics Video …
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In this video I will show and explain step by step how to woodburn a realistic looking mallard duck’s head. To get started and learn to burn right now sign up for my FREE Burning Basics Video Series at www.FreeBurningVideos.com

In this video I discuss the age-old question of outlining in woodburning. Why would you outline? When is it helpful? How do you approach it so that it looks natural? Watch this video to find out!

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