realistic Pyrography Art Nevsky Cathedral building time lapse wood burning art

realistic Pyrography Art Nevsky Cathedral building time lapse wood burning art


Hi! Welcome to Pyrography Made Easy.
I’m Brenda. In this episode I’m going to share with you the time lapse video featuring the Nevsky Cathedral artwork I did. I was inspired to create the artwork after watching Jonny of JM Art with Detail Do a wood burning of the Redhouse. I just loved all of the detail and how
ornate it looked. Jonny is one of those multi-talented people who works in an assortment of mediums like watercolor, pyrography, and even tattooing. His subject matter ranges from buildings to portraits, and everything in between. I put a link to his channel in the description below. So please go check out his channel he’s a really nice guy and I think you’ll like his artwork. Like I said after I saw Jonny’s Redhouse artwork, it inspired me to create my own, so I hope that you will enjoy the video. Well that’s it for this episode. I hope you enjoyed it. Jonny, thank you for the inspiration and the lovely shout-out you did for me. I hope I surprised you in a pleasant way with this video. Oh, and Jonny, I do have a request. Next time you inspire me please pick an easier subject. This project took me almost 53 hours to create it. Well thank you everyone for watching my video and I will see you next week.

41 thoughts on “realistic Pyrography Art Nevsky Cathedral building time lapse wood burning art

  1. Awe so nice of you to give a shout out to other's 😊 I really enjoyed this Brenda, really love all the details, fabulous my friend πŸ‘ ❀️ big thumbs up from meπŸ˜πŸ’•βœŒοΈπŸ‘

  2. Amazing project Brenda and stunning attention to detail. I love it πŸ‘Was there any reason you chose a colour instead of a b&w/grey-scale reference photo?

  3. Oh Brenda! This is an amazing master piece!!!! I love the way you see the values from color and the way you move your pen on the wood. I adore the contrast! And the theme!!!! Thank you so much for the video!!!

  4. Great video Brenda! 😁 Wonderful job with the cathedral. Yep Jonny is a great guy and did a wonderful job with his building series. πŸ˜ƒ I just had more added to my burning plate… I can't wait to announce it. But when I can lighten my ever growing load, I have some local buildings I would love to try.

  5. Wow Brenda πŸ˜πŸ‘fantastic pyro my friend, you no I love my buildings this is amazing left u a BIG LIKE πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  6. Hello Brenda,

    such a sweet shoutout for Jonny, I loved it! πŸ™‚ All the lines of your Cathedral look so flawless. It's hard to draw architecture, and I can imagine it must be very hard to maintain straight lines in burning. Amazing work (53 hours)!

  7. Unbelievable and stunning work Brenda. You pay so much attention to detail. I also loved Jonny’s piece, he is an incredibly skilled and talented artist and this is a lovely shoutout.

    Every brick, every arch way and every marking on the building is detailed in this piece. Wow πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ»

  8. Wow!!! This work is… stunning!! All the details, volume, shadows, texture. It's a piece that you can spend hours looking at. Every day you'll find something new. It's a subject I would really love to do but it would take so much time that I've been leaving it for later. Thank you so much for sharing. I've subscribed Jonny's channel. Love watercolor and tattooing is something that I would like to experience.

  9. Hallo, Brenda! That is so detailed and absolutely stunning! At last I received my Colwood, and am getting to know it somewhat. Will be a long while ere I master the wonderful medium!
    Because light woods are hard to come by here in Australia, I have resorted to bleaching the darker woods with a special recipe of Hydrogen Peroxide and Caustic Soda, but I can assure you it is a lengthy and tiresome job!! Some woods dont move even after 8 or many more layers of the stuff while drying in between layers. I have been using Pine and also Plywood available here while waiting for the darker woods ( Wooden platters and chopping boards made of Acacia wood) to bleach and dry.
    Is it normal to get much carbon build up? I am only doing lettering and simple rose designs etc at present, but it seems as though I am spending a lot of time cleaning my tips with the honing paper from Coldwood, and even a copper brush!!!
    And oh, the Ballpoint Tips work very beautifully, it verily glides over the wood!!

  10. Hi Brenda, your patience is the key to your amazing work. I can't even imagine doing such fine lined project. Keep it up!

  11. Wow, that is fine art work, so much detail. Just absolutely beautiful. I like this very much and I certainly enjoyed it.

  12. Great shout out to the wonderful Johnny, i have subbed to him for quite some time now.. This new artwork is quite stunning i must say. It is a very detailed and impressive piece Brenda, i really love it… your shading is on top form as usual and the final art looks extremely realistic and accurate. Excellent art from the Queen of Pyrography πŸ™‚

  13. Great work and tutorial Brenda, please advise how do you trace / copy the picture or image on wood. Thank you, Patt

  14. I found your channel through your website. I stumbled on it by looking for sanding tips and yours were by far the easiest to read and understand and the MOST in depth while being simple enough to not be over whelming. Subbed and eagerly consuming your content. Thank you for sharing.

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