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By Lora S. Irish

Резьба по дереву с помощью ножей. Даны рекомендации по выбору материала, инструмента, правильной заточке ножей для резьбы. Много фотографий с образцами резьбы, а также трафареты и схемы.You will take pleasure in carving Loras appealing and ambitious styles whereas studying a few of her concepts and important suggestions. we're happy to offer Chip Carving Classics One with over sixty five person styles, lots of that are followed by way of chip carved samples.

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He was a strong man, a kind uncle and the best sailor in the South Atlantic. " whispered Gub- Gub, turning to Jip. --That's the kind of a ship the man had," said Jip. " "Oh," said the pig, "is that all? " So the Doctor left the boy to play with the animals in the dining-room, and went upstairs to look for passing porpoises. And soon a whole school came dancing and jumping through the water, on their way to Brazil. When they saw the Doctor leaning on the rail of his ship, they came over to see how he was getting on.

Still, he had a good heart," said the Doctor --"romantic, of course--but a good heart. '" "I don't believe the poor booby found The Sleeping Beauty at all," said Jip, the dog. "Most likely he kissed some farmer's fat wife who was taking a snooze under an apple-tree. Can't blame her for getting scared! I wonder who he'll go and kiss this time. " Then the pushmi-pullyu, the white mouse, Gub-Gub, Dab-Dab, Jip and the owl, Too-Too, went on to the ship with the Doctor. But Chee- Chee, Polynesia and the crocodile stayed behind, because Africa was their proper home, the land where they were born.

Poor Gub-Gub was dreadfully frightened; and the pushmi-pullyu began to sharpen his horns for a fight by rubbing them on the mast of the ship; while Jip kept springing into the air and barking and calling Ben Ali bad names in dog-language. But presently something seemed to go wrong with the pirates; they stopped laughing and cracking jokes; they looked puzzled; something was making them uneasy. " And then the other pirates peered over the side and they saw that the boat was indeed getting lower and lower in the water.

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