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Tony Agatucci
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Last Activity: 03-29-2020, 01:11 PM
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  • Tony Agatucci
    replied to Probably a stoopid question
    With composing my post I was aware of your original question. If some quantifying limiting criteria are out there that differentiates a transition from flat plane carving to carving in the round, I am not aware of their existence after carving in this style for 29 years. The group of people posting...
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  • Tony Agatucci
    replied to Probably a stoopid question
    Flat plane carving is a minimalist style of carving. As someone else has described it in a nutshell: you are trying to convey more by doing less. This requires some discipline as there is a tendency to over-detail and round over. Any piece of art requires some level of interpretative engagement from...
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  • Tony Agatucci
    started a topic Marvin Kaisersatt carvings

    Marvin Kaisersatt carvings

    Does anyone have any photos of Marvin Kaisersatt's carvings or patterns for any of the following single figure carvings:
    Man with pipe, Salesman, Banker, Bikers, Bookie, Butcher, Gnome, Leprechaun, Uncle Sam, Vikings, Music Lessons,
    Baseball Player, Lumber Jack, Golfer, Duck Hunter, Jug...
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