How to Carve with Power Tools and Accessories Author: Frank C. Russell. With more than three hours of instructional material, this DVD details the steps involved in transforming blocks of tupelo wood into carvings of the cottontail rabbit, mallard drake duck, and smallmouth bass. Viewers will learn everything needed for these projects, from power carving basics, such as roughing out a blank, to making finishing touches, including detailed segments on expertly setting eyes, defining facial features, and adding texture and details to fur, feathers, and fins. The safe and proper use of power carving tools and accessories is covered in detail with numerous tips that any beginning or experienced carver will appreciate, including his methods for maintaining control over an aggressive cutting burr, cleaning and shaping bits, and loading a sandpaper mandrel. Biography: Frank Russell lives in Vermont where he owns and operates the Stonegate Woodcarving School with his wife Caroline. Considered by many to be one of the most versatile power carvers, he is a full time woodcarver, internationally known for his ability to carve birds, animals, and the human figure in the round. He has won many carving competitions and has judged at numerous shows. Frank is a contributor to Wood Carving Illustrated and has written several books.