The Archer’s Hand sculpture woodcarving This woodcarving is a beautiful table top representation of the hand of an Archer at Azincourt, mounted on a stainless steel plinth in the shape of the Azincourt Battlefield.
Work has recommenced on the archer after various distractions of other necessary work. The emphasis being on refining some of the detail before starting on the buckler which will require an addition of wood to that area, it was … Read More
What is the Barton Upon Humber Connection with the Archers of Azincourt? Barton upon Humber is a town of over 11,000 population, situated on the south bank of the Humber Estuary at the southern end of the Humber Bridge. … Read More
The Bowmen of Ware tell the story of Azincourt and its famous battle between the French and the English During 2015, a party of re-enactment archers travelled to Agincourt to celebrate the 600th anniversary of a Battle that was … Read More
Using Yew wood for woodcarving will give you many unseen difficulties to overcome, especially on larger pieces. This week’s work in the Studio has been concentrating on working with the grain patterns and dealing with knots. Here is how I … Read More
The Azincourt Archer’s sword needs a lot of detail and here is progress this week: . Now the sword is roughed in, the belt and sort hanger must be organised so the weight of the sword appears to be … Read More