Pyrography - Woodburning

Pyrography - Woodburning

Although often referred to as woodburning, the art of pyrography can be worked on just about any natural surface, including gourds, leather, and paper. Crafters can achieve a wide range of tones and shades using basic burning tools, creating images with texture and depth that appear almost lifelike. These books can help you to learn the techniques and see the possibilities.
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  1. Pyrography Volume 5 (2016)
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    Pyrography Volume 5 (2016)

    The 2016 special issue of Pyrography includes special projects, new inspirations, and refined techniques for all of you woodburning enthusiasts. Packed with more than 275 photos, this issue is a visual must see. Learn More
  2. Pyrography Volume 3 (2013)

    Pyrography Volume 3 (2013)

    Start woodburning today for under $25! Leading pyrography artists present both traditional and modern designs in 29 imaginative projects for burning on wood, leather, paper, and gourds. Learn More
  3. Pyrography Basics

    Pyrography Basics

    This simple introduction to woodburning walks you through all the basics of materials, tools, and techniques. Seven skill-building projects provide step-by-step exercises in using temperature, time, layering, and texturing to create artistic tonal values. Learn More
  4. Learn to Burn

    Learn to Burn

    This easy-to-use guidebook offers 15 step-by-step projects for making decorative gifts, illustrated with clear how-to photographs. Each pyro project can be completed using ready-made materials that are easy to find at your local craft store. Learn More
  5. Woodburning Project & Pattern Treasury

    Woodburning Project & Pattern Treasury

    Discover drawing, lettering, and design elements to enhance any pyrography project, with practice exercises, a step-by-step project, and an unbelievable treasure trove of patterns. From the simple beauty of a single oak leaf to an elaborate portrait of nature - the patterns of woodburning artist, Deborah Pompano are beyond compare. Inside this, her first book, Pompano shares techniques for getting started in woodburning. You'll learn what 5 tips she recommends, how to create a vast variety of dimension, shade and texture with your woodburner and how to develop your drawing skills for use in pyrography. At the heart of this book is an unbelievable treasure trove of patterns. In this section, you will find individual elements, border patterns, and central images which can be mixed and matched to create personal works of art. Or, you can refer to one of the authors complete composition patterns which weave poems and verse with imagery from the natural world to create inspirational woodburnings. The patterns cover a wide spectrum of themes including: harvest, arbor, birds and other wildlife, seaside, clipper ship, teatime, Native American, garden, floral, lighthouse, and much more. The book includes two practice exercises, one step by step project and close up instruction on lettering. Learn More
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