Pyroengraving 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 … Read More

The secret to burning long clean lines and curves In this video I want to share with you how to woodburn long lines and curves from a course I am developing right now.  I really want to share this with … Read More

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 … Read More

In this video I show and explain an alternative to traditional shading that is very forgiving and a lot of fun. This is a longer video and the example is done in real time. To get started and learn to … Read More

In this video I will show step by step how to burning a realistic cat nose and create a soft leathery texture. To get started and learn to burn right now sign up for my FREE Burning Basics Video Series … Read More

In this video I will show and explain step by step how to how to woodburn a realistic Yak or Bison Nose. To get started and learn to burn right now sign up for my FREE Burning Basics Video Series … Read More

In this video I will show and explain step by step how to begin woodburning a realistic looking yak or bison. Be sure to visit my website at https://www.BurningwithSharon.com for more pyrography tutorials and resources. To get started and learn … Read More

Burning water is about recognizing patterns. Many people get confused when they approach the prospect of burning water, especially when waves are involved. There appears to be a lot of information and it becomes difficult to understand exactly what to … Read More

I don’t know about you, but I’m not always in the mood for a big project. So, how about a small project that adds a little something to an existing item? A turning, an unfinished cabinet, or tray are perfect … Read More

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