I made a simple Memo Board as a housewarming gift for some friends of mine. They have a country-style “rooster” theme in their kitchen and I borrowed a quilted hot pad that had the colors of their kitchen decor to guide me for the final painting. This project was done entirely in Project Designer BASIC. […]
by Michael Tyler of CarveBuddy.com Some friends of mine recently asked me to help create a logo for a new business they are opening, which I gladly agreed to do for them. They wanted a rectangular logo appropriate for the simple, country-style of their Small Town Market. I created the logo using CorelDRAW, in compliance […]
Michael Tyler of CarveBuddy.com put together this nice video of how to use the Rotate Tweak Tool in the CarveWright Pattern Editor software.
Adapted from a Tips & Tricks by by Michael Tyler of CarveBuddy.com This Tips features a few pointers on how to set up two-sided carving projects. We’ll cover Alignment Methods and Pattern Depth Settings for two-sided projects. These are the most common methods I use myself and they may not necessarily be the only methods. […]
This two part video series demonstrates different pocket cutting techniques using vector tool paths in the Project Designer software
This article will show you the method for creating outlines and cut paths for projects that have patterns that overhang the main body of the design layout. I have received many “How did you do that?” inquiries on the subject, so I decided to write up a tutorial about it using a Fish Camp sign […]
Adapted from carvebuddy.com’s Tips & Tricks. In this Tips & Tricks I’ll demonstrate the function of the group and merge tools while creating a simple trivet layout. Later, you can apply these techniques to designs of your own. Despite its appearance, this trivet design does not require any special jigging or sled for carving it out. It only […]