Monthly Archives: October 2016

Vista House Pyrography Tutorial wood burning

Oct 30, 2016 | | Say something

VISTA HOUSE  PYROGRAPHY TUTORIAL In this tutorial I’m going to explain how to create the Vista House pyrography artwork I did.   I like the different textures in this piece and I also like how the shadows create some high contrast.  What I really liked is that the house wasn’t too difficult to create, so that […more]

Cougar Stalking Deer Pyrography Art on a gun stock wood burning

Oct 22, 2016 | | Say something

COUGAR STALKING DEER PYROGRAPHY ART This last summer I received a commission to burn “something outdoorsy” onto a gun stock.  Not only was the request very vague, but adding to challenge of the project is the fact the gun stock has a very unusual shape.    Todd actually came up with the concept for this artwork.  […more]

My Pyrography Studio Set Up wood burning

Oct 16, 2016 | | Say something

MY PYROGRAPHY STUDIO SET UP Today I thought I’d share my pyrography studio set up.  I’m very fortunate to have a spot dedicated to my hobby.  Even more fortunate for me is to have a husband who does woodworking as his hobby because he can make things that make my hobby easier to do; like […more]

Cratered Moon Pyrography Tutorial wood burning

Oct 9, 2016 | | Say something

CRATERED MOON PYROGRAPHY TUTORIAL wood burning In this tutorial I’m going to discuss how to create this Cratered Moon scene pyrography art.  Once you understand how to give the craters their shape via shading and shadows you can use that knowledge in other applications.  Gopher holes, valleys, canyons, etc., as the basic shading and shadow […more]