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Process: Rough shaping

Rough shaping

The stage of carving often undertaken after roughing-out in which the forms of the planned design are further defined. This is not usually a final stage but an intermediate one in which the carver still works relatively quickly. This kind of rough shaping can be done with the point chisel, tooth chisel, flat chisel or roundel. Often this stage of work is skipped altogether as the carver goes straight from roughing-out to a finer level of shaping.

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