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Thank you - yes I'm more used to drawing, but I found that doing woodburning's a lot of fun. I'll try to get a shading tool like yours - some things just can't be done with only linework.Mahogany sounds nice, too! Though I expect that beech is more on the cheap side. Maybe I'll try it out next time. Hard and soft areas made it difficult for me to draw a good line before, so I'm probably just going to avoid pine in the future. (Thankfully I'm also a Ravenclaw - I did that logo for a friend - so all's well)
Thank you for the great tutorial! I didn't know how to fill in black or do gradients yet. One question: What is a flat gradient tip exactly? Do you maybe have a picture? I've done some wood burning myself and I think beech is very well-suited. It's the right degree of hardness to allow for fine lines - I have used both pine and beech up till now (pine: slytherin logo and beech: owls and tree). I had a lot of problems with the grain of the pine wood - though some sanding might have helped there.
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