Pyrography Fine Art Entwined Seahorses wood burning time lapse art

Pyrography Fine Art Entwined Seahorses wood burning time lapse art


Hi. Welcome to Pyrography Made Easy. I’m Brenda. In this episode I’m going to show you the Entwined Seahorses that I did. I hope you enjoy watching the video. Well I hope you enjoyed the video. The seahorses were burned on birch plywood, and it took me 4 1/2 hours to do them. Now the plywood had been fractal burned on by my husband, so it had been treated with a sodium…baking soda and water treatment. and it really altered the burn. I didn’t really care for burning on it. Anyway, I use a Colwood Super Pro II. and my website has a written tutorial, the pattern, and the reference photo for this artwork if you care to try it yourself. Well thank you again for watching my video. And if you liked it please subscribe. Every Tuesday I have a new video, and at least once a month, if not more often, I have a tutorial. Well thank you and see you next week.

24 thoughts on “Pyrography Fine Art Entwined Seahorses wood burning time lapse art

  1. Wow Brenda! Incredible work as always. I love watching your videos, you are an incredible Artist 😊👍🏻🌸

  2. Such a coincidence: I saw a photo of a seahorse just yesterday, and here is your new video about seahorses 🙂 It was an upsetting photo though with the seahorse's tail wrapped around a cotton bud 🙁 Fantastic artwork as always, Brenda! 🙂

  3. I love seahorses!! But urs Brenda has become my favorite now ^^ always excited for your next work ^^

  4. Wonderful Pyrography artwork of two sea horses..i must say i like sea horses. Again, the detail and shading is outstanding.
    Great video Brenda , i enjoyed watching it : )

  5. Lovely work Brenda despite you not enjoying working with the treated plywood. I still enjoyed watching the video. Did you use normal masking fluid on the wood or do you need something different?

  6. Beautiful work!!! I've never seen this before 😊 I subscribed to your channel to see more of your videos!! Keep on creating 😊🙏🏻🦋

  7. Very beautiful sea horses, even though they are small, they are literally packed with detail. Also loving the overall background. Coming to one of your works always motivates! How do you manage to think of so many diverse subjects? Cheers, Anu

  8. Hey Brenda, I noticed there was white (paint?) during the middle of the process but then later the seahorses no longer had it. Was it just used to mask areas?

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