The world is full of people who say they know things you wish you knew. Wouldn’t be interesting to find someone you could emulate? Of course, it would – if for the best reason. Things aren’t different in pyrography design. It’s full of people who know the ins and out of pyrography patterns and ideas, and they would be worth following.
I am sure you have come across Burning with Sharon so far. We’ve recommended her guides repeatedly with respect to the quality of the content.
Hi, I’m Sharon and as a third generation artist I grew up around a variety of art materials, tools and the encouragement that have been instrumental to my development. After completing studies in commercial art, fine art, and photography, I worked as a graphic designer in the family business.
Sharon is worth emulating because she knows how to do her thing. From holding your hands as a beginner to actually teaching you how to burn ideas, she is someone worth following.
With more than half a million views of his work on Instructable, Mimaki is, in my opinion, someone you wouldn’t hesitate following.
This tutorial will give you a nice compilation of techniques and tricks for wood burning in any level of detail. As someone who loves drawing, I was fascinated by how easily I could transfer those skills into woodburning and finally make 3D art. Since now I have some experience in the subject, it’s time to teach whatever I can!
What I love about his guides is that they are almost always straightforward. And the fact that he provides step-by-step instructions means his work is top notch.
This list wouldn’t be complete without Brett and Kate McKay. They have in-depth knowledge on burning with fire, which means there is a lot to learn from them.
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They are worth emulating and following because their guides are high quality, straightforward, and available for free use.
The people I have mentioned aren’t the only top gurus in wood burning, but they are worth following, especially if you are just starting out.