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Guides to Drawing Wolves Instructable

A while ago I submited an instructable titled "Guides to Drawing Wolves" that was a collection of four wolf drawing tutorials that I had found helpfull along with my own explanations and reccomendations to go along with each one. For everyone that enjoyed and/or benefited from that instructable I wanted to let you know that I've amassed even more tutorials, some of them even better than the ones I originally had that I made the instructable out of.

Thus, in the near future I'll either be updating the original instructable to include more guides, or I'll be making a part two. Either way, if you want to see more keep an eye out for it!

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Goodhart5 years ago
I have done quite a few wolf pyrographies....and they seem to be the ones that sell the best too :-)
BTW: i like your drawings also
LoneWolf (author)  Goodhart5 years ago
Thanks =) I do wish I could carve or burn them into wood though like you do
If you can sketch, you can do the pyrography, It just takes a bit of practice, and a LOT of patience, since it is essentially sketching with a hot soldering iron like tool with special tips. Not burning too much in one spot or trying to burn out "too much of the picture" in the beginning are probably the easiest mistakes to make.
LoneWolf (author)  Goodhart5 years ago
I might try it sometime, I actually have a woodburner I've just never used it.
Hisart LoneWolf5 years ago
If it's the big older type you may want to consider getting a newer style that aren't such e-hogs. The newer ones are MUCH better and have interchangeable tips that can save you from having to own several sizes. Plus with the interchangeable tips, you can just replace a worn one and keep on burning!
LoneWolf (author)  Hisart5 years ago
Yeah, I don't know how much electricity it uses, but I do have interchangable tips... but I've lost all but the tip I had left in it
Hisart LoneWolf5 years ago
You can pick up the tips at hobby/craft stores or even online if you know the name of the woodburner. Woodcraft has these tips for under $10usd which are for  this replaceable handpiece. Yours may be older but if you have the name you should be able to find some tips for it.
LoneWolf (author)  Hisart5 years ago
Alright, thanks
LoneWolf (author)  Goodhart5 years ago
Cool!!! =) If you ever manage to find a picture of one of those wolf pyrographies you'll definitly have to show me!
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