The other day I spoke a little bit about online wood carving classes. Well today I’d like to tell you about a terrific alternative to taking online classes…and that is, watching videos through the Woodcarving Academy.
The Woodcarving Academy was established in 2020 as a result of the health concerns due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Through the Woodcarving Academy wood carvers are allowed to attend workshops from the comfort of their own homes using any personal computer or hand held device.
The website offers dozens of videos created by some of the country’s top level instructors. More videos are added regularly as they are created by the instructors. With a paid subscription to the Woodcarving Academy you can view any videos you like for as many times as you like.
Subscription rates: Monthly = $19.95 Quarterly = $49.95 Annual = $139.95
In my opinion, this is probably one of the best deals that’s come along since wood carving videos have been around. The cost of an annual subscription is less than the cost of most single in-person wood carving classes! Plus you’re learning from some of the best carvers in the country in the comfort of your own home! I’m not a paid spokesperson!
Woodcarving Academy Instructors
Dave Stetson, Kevin Applegate, Floyd Rhadigan, Pat Moore, Ryan Olsen, Dale Green, Mark Akers, James Miller, Stu Martin, Jim RedHawk, Janet Cordell, Dylan Goodson, Fred & Elaine Stenman, Bob Hershey, Donna Menke, Carolyn Halbrook, Mark Gargac
Caricature carving, realistic & western figures, bark carving, dolls, relief carving, realistic humans, wood burning, caricature animals, birds & wildlife, chip carving, wood spirits & wizards
Check out the Woodcarving Academy website at: http://www.woodcarvingacademy.com and remember…
Keep a sharp edge and keep on carvin’!
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“Thanks so much, Bob! I am most grateful for your answer! I can tell a difference already. Best of luck with your new blog.”
Thank you so much for you kind comment, Bill! I’m glad I could help!
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