The Art of Chinese Chop or Seal Carving(2)

On October 12, 2011, in Chinese Art, by admin

0 The Art of Chinese Chop or Seal Carving(2)http://www.blueheronarts.com/index.php?cPath=8 for your name chop or order spplies. The booklet as you see near the end of this video please follow the following link: http://www.blueheronarts.com/product_info.php?products_id=394

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24 Responses to The Art of Chinese Chop or Seal Carving(2)

  1. blueheronarts says:

    @Geostars You have …
    @Geostars You have to use the special hard alloy seal engraving tool, which is available at our BHA store.

  2. Geostars says:

    Can you use an …
    Can you use an Xacto knife or is the stone too hard?

  3. blueheronarts says:

    @RizzoLove Thanks …
    @RizzoLove Thanks for asking. The “Handbound Chinese Stab Binding Books” is available at our website BlueHeronArts.

  4. blueheronarts says:

    @aestheticnine Yes, …
    @aestheticnine Yes, I do carry that “nd Chinese Stab Binding Books” on my website BlueHeronArts.

  5. Fuk4abuk1991 says:

    It’s 3AM and I’m …
    It’s 3AM and I’m high as fuck… HOW DID I GET HERE?

  6. blueheronarts says:

    @RizzoLove The …
    @RizzoLove The booklet is now available at our website BlueHeronArts. Thank you for your request.

  7. blueheronarts says:

    @aestheticnine Yes, …
    @aestheticnine Yes, I do have them available now at our website BlueHeronArts. It’s under the paper or the seal section. Thank you for asking.

  8. aestheticnine says:

    Do you sell that …
    Do you sell that paper notebook you are holding at the end of the video on your website?

  9. RizzoLove says:

    May I ask where you …
    May I ask where you can purchase that simple and practical paper booklet you are holding in the last part of this video? Great videos by the way!

  10. blueheronarts says:

    @fireclan The stone …
    @fireclan The stone is knwon as soapstone, it is much harder than a soap but softer than most stones to carve. Thank you for your comments!

  11. fireclan says:

    what kind of stone …
    what kind of stone do you use? it seems pretty hard, but you can still carve it without braking or chipping your knife. i envy your steady hands

  12. sotto2 says:

    Why don’t you brace …
    Why don’t you brace that stone against something wooden and solid like a jeweler’s bench pin. I’ve seen some netsuke carvers do that. It would be more stable, and if that sharp carving tool slips it’s not gonna jab you in the hand.

  13. blueheronarts says:

    Yes, that is an …
    Yes, that is an option.

  14. Generalvaldez says:

    Hey Henri would it …
    Hey Henri would it be wrong to carve half the stone positive and half the stone negative to make even more unique?

  15. cheepiao says:

    Very informative on …
    Very informative on this Art of Chinese Chop or Seal Carving. I learnt alot from your video. Thanks.

  16. red8hk says:

    good art !
    good art !

  17. Criptografo says:

    great art!
    great art!

  18. bbornets says:

    Very helpful! Thank …
    Very helpful! Thank you. B

  19. ikilledmyfriends says:

    your link, in your …
    your link, in your info box has an extra A. you should fix that so people can get to ur website correctly.

  20. crazycat1984 says:

    Great video! Really …
    Great video! Really amazing talent!

  21. JorindaHsu says:

    Well explained.
    Well explained.

  22. bugmn99 says:

    for some reason, …
    for some reason, these 2 are some of my favorites. i may try this in wood.

  23. huyta99 says:

    cool
    cool

  24. psychodelicdragon says:

    cool stuff!!!!!
    cool stuff!!!!!

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