Thai Carving Techniques On Melons And Squash

>>  9/11/2009

It is a good time in September to practise thai carving techniques on fruit and vegetables. There are a few reasons why you should to do that in September.

1. It is a harvest time. You can get vegetables for free from your garden. We grow pumpkins and squash ourselves. They are easy to cultivate. 
Pick medium size squash for improving your carving skills. It is a pleasure to carve on its soft skin.

2. September is perfect time to give farmer market a visit. You will come across amazingly cute baby pumpkins and squash there that will give you an idea for new creating. 

Why I say the squash and young pumpkins are perfect for THAI carving is that they are the right condition for carving the intricate Thai designs. Just take a time to compare a soft squash with a hard-as-stone watermelon which usually grown on western continents. You will understand what I am talikng about. The other reason for the squash is it's price. The squash and pumpkins are cheaper than watrmelon.

After improving your knife skills on squash you will be much confident with carving watermelons. With having more carving pracice you are able to carve beautiful designs and you can do it for money.



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3 коммент. :

Nativa October 1, 2009 at 7:46 AM  

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