Pyrography Fine Art Garden Thief Squirrel wood burning time lapse art

Pyrography Fine Art Garden Thief Squirrel wood burning time lapse art


Hi. Welcome to Pyrography Made Easy. I’m Brenda This episode is going to feature the Garden Thief Squirrel that I did. I hope you enjoy watching it. Well, I hope you enjoyed the video. The Garden Thief was burned on poplar and it took me 13 hours to complete it. I use a Colwood Super Pro II and my website: Pyrography Made Easy has all sorts of written tutorials, blogs, and free patterns that you can download. Check it out anytime you like. Well thank you again for watching my video and please subscribe.

17 thoughts on “Pyrography Fine Art Garden Thief Squirrel wood burning time lapse art

  1. Wow that is beautiful work!!! Your technical skill is excellent – I've painted on wood before but never tried wood burning, so amazing!!!! Keep up the amazing videos!! 😀 😀

  2. Great job Brenda! 😁 The squirrel came our all nice & fluffy. You changed your camera setup too… lol 😉 Actually, for me I'm always messing with it. 😆

  3. Hi Brenda. Beautiful piece. Squirrels are very funny creatures. Always very fast and full of energy. The fur is impressive. The white pencil also worked great. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Hi Brenda! I really enjoyed the video, pyrography is such a fascinating form of art. I have never tried it though. I guess your hand has to be very firm during the process in order to avoid mistakes!

  5. Really wonderful work!! I loved so much your channel. New friend is here. Enjoyed with full view.
    If you want you can see my drawings, friend. Have a great time. 💐😊

  6. Its just amazing… keep sharing such videos… i've subscribed u #174… 👍#13… pls do visit to my channel also and pls do subscribe it too if u don't mind… lets support each other…

  7. This is amazing, so wonderfully done! i had not come across Pyrography before, this is my first time watching it and I am quite speechless! Such amazing realism on wood. Your work is absolutely stunning, I love the detailing. The fur on his tail and his eyes and the leaf <3 beautiful little squirrel! Liked and subscribed, I hope we can stay connected 🙂

  8. I like this too, Brenda. It is incredible what this technique can achieve. He looks so real. You are exceptionally talented. Have you heard of Albrecht Durer(1500s) with his world famous rabbit? I can akin your work to his. Just amazing!

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