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The Profile 7 Relief Carving Gouge (unpolished version) is a specialized wood carving tool designed for creating intricate and detailed relief carvings.
The tool is made of the same high quality carbon steel W1-7, metal part is unpolished near handle, where it is not obligated.
Crafted with precision and durability in mind, this gouge is a must-have for experienced woodcarvers and artisans seeking to add depth and dimension to their woodcarving projects.
Creating Depth and Shadows: Use the gouge to carve out recessed areas to add depth and shadows to your relief carvings, bringing your designs to life with a three-dimensional effect.
Shaping and Contouring: The curved gouge profile allows you to shape and contour the surface of your relief carving, achieving smooth and flowing lines.
Adding Fine Details: Use the gouge's sharp cutting edge to add intricate details and texture to your relief carving, enhancing the overall realism and visual appeal.
Wood Grain Emphasis: The gouge can be used strategically to follow and emphasize the natural grain patterns of the wood, enhancing the visual impact of your relief carving.
Sculpting Complex Designs: With the Profile 7 gouge, you can create intricate motifs, floral patterns, and other complex designs, turning a simple piece of wood into a stunning work of art.
- High-quality carbon steel W1-7;
- 2mm metal thickness;
- 60-62 HRC (Rockwell);
- oak wood handle finished with linseed oil;
- for both soft and hard wood;
- 220mm total tool size;
- made in Europe, Ukraine;
- directly from manufacturer without intermediaries.
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