Helps keep carvers from creating sculptures of female faces that look
Carving the female face in wood presents a difficult challenge for
woodcarvers—their carved women too often looking like men in dresses.
Starting with photos of women’s faces, this guide offers an anatomy
lesson on the bone and muscle structure of the female face, including
information on the facial features of women of various ethnicity, and
then provides detailed instructions on how these delicate features can
be convincingly carved. Ten ready-to-use patterns—with front and
profile views—are included.