Trout Lake Pyrography Artwork YouTube Video

This is just a quick blog to let you know that my first YouTube video is available for viewing!  The video features the Trout Lake pyrography artwork I did on a cribbage board.  The video is a fast motion viewing of the artwork progression with a the little intro and conclusion piece.

Here is the link to the YouTube video:

Right now we’re concentrating on the projects that didn’t take as much time for me to burn vs creating videos in the chronological order of blog posting.  

Currently we are only creating the fast motion videos (the artwork is showing at a fast motion rate) as we learn the system better.   Down the road we do plan to create tutorial videos and hopefully I will feel more comfortable being in front of the camera by then.   Right now I feel like I’m in speech class without a podium to have a death grip on.

I’ve also added a YouTube page on my website and will provide links to the videos as they get uploaded.

As always I love to hear from you, so let me know what you think.  


Sept 12, 2017

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2 thoughts on “Trout Lake Pyrography Artwork YouTube Video

  1. Hello Brenda. Im a newby to pyrography. I was wondering if you could tell me what is the best way to identify the nibs. Some of them i have look like what is in the books or what is being used in a video but mine have a slight difference so I dont know if I am using or have the right ones or not. Everything I try to look up I cant find anything on them. Was trying to organize my area but a little difficult when you aren’t sure which nib is which.

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