There is a lot to learn about pyrography. Given that it’s an art only limited to your creativity, it’s best to dedicate your time to it until you create the best of arts. But what if you are just new to the wood burning thing? Are there guides that you can use to get started? Well, the answer is yes, but the resources are limited. Wood burning seems to be the only art rarely talked about. Yet, there are still high quality guides that you can use if you are a beginner.
An article published by Mimaki on INSTRUCTABLE is a very in-depth guide. Sure, it may be short. But is packed with information you need to get started with wood burning. From wood burning tools to best pyrography techniques, this is the best article to read.
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 wood and finally make 3D art. Since now I have some experience in the subject, it’s time to teach whatever I can!
The best thing with this guide is that it is easy to follow. The language of writing is simple, easy to understand, and direct to the point. With this kind of precision in an article, learning wood burning just got easier.
Instructable isn’t a small site. Think of it as a database of information with everything you need to know about wood burning. And the best part is, the content provided on this platform are absolutely actionable.
This is a very basic tutorial for beginners to woodburning (or pyrography, if you want to get fancy with me). If you have any experience, you probably won’t find me very helpful. Then again, you might just be here for the dragon or Assassin’s Creed logo
CTS Weep is a site for beginners as well as pro wood burners. If you are looking for extra knowledge on wood burning, this is the site for you. And if you are looking information for the newbie, CTS is the best place to get what you need.
Wood Burner is a community that you don’t want to miss being a part of. In fact, it is one of the best wood burning boards on the internet today. It is best for beginners as well as pros in pyrography.
I’m an amateur woodworker and have been teaching my 12 year old son the basics, which he really seems to be enjoying. He is a terrific artist who can easily copy an image freehand just by looking at it and can even change the size with all the proportions being exactly on the money (I couldn’t do that even at gun point!).
The best part is that setting up an account on this platform is absolutely free. And once you have an active profile, you are free to interact with pyrographers who share your interest.
With these resources, pyrography should not be difficult to learn. As long as you follow the guides step by step without skipping any step, you are good to go.