John has been a carving instructor since 2004; he’s instructed adults in private lessons, as well as group lessons with adults and teenagers. He learned at an early age how to carve
“in the round” with carving faces, and has trained under nationally recognized carvers such as Vic Hood.
It’s now time to learn to carve with an instructor who knows how to leverage technology and make teaching lessons for the digital age. Most students want one-on-one instruction, but tutoring from Virginia to Oregon can be a geographical challenge. However, technology has changed to make this a possibility.
Here’s where you need to start–make a thumb guard using finger wrap gauze and follow along with the video below.