The Littlest Falcon Wildfowl Carving Tutorial


The Littlest Falcon Wildfowl Carving Tutorial

The Littlest Falcon
The Littlest Falcon

Did you know that the American kestrel is the smallest falcon? It also goes by the name of sparrow hawk, and you can learn how to carve one out of wood with The Littlest Falcon Wildfowl Carving Tutorial. Although this tutorial is for intermediate to advanced wood carvers, beginners should feel encouraged to explore the thorough instructions. A helpful photo tutorial will give you an idea of the methods used to carve this little falcon, and the finished results are so stunning. Wood carving patterns like this one are as inspirational as they are helpful. Watch how this artist makes a block of wood come alive as a beautiful sparrow hawk.

Estimated Cost$31+

Time to CompleteLonger than a weekend

MaterialsPaint, Wood

Primary TechniqueWood Crafts


Project TypeMake a Project

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This is fascinating. I'm not familiar with bird carving, but that tutorial was pretty detailed and fun to read through. Such a cool creation!


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