Much of my carving training has been in the Thai fruit carving style. Thai fruit carving often includes lots of detailed and intricate melon carving. The results are colorful and enchanting to the eyes. 

A couple of weeks ago our group brought carvings to celebrate what we have learned. I thought that you might enjoy seeing these photos. They may provide inspiration for you to learn fruit carving. If you are already an experienced carver, maybe you will get some new ideas for patterns to carve.

Take a look at these lovely Thai fruit carvings.

Rather than try to view these with the Pic Lens or Slide show links, it will most likely work best if you click the photo that you want to see. Then you can click the ‘Next’ and ‘Back’ links to view photos before it and after it. Enjoy!



watermelon-hearts-by-Nuj watermelon-flowers watermelon-carving-with-rind watermelon-carving-by-Tammy-close watermelon-carving-by-Tammy watermelon_carving01 tiered-wateremlon-carving-top-view thai-style-watermelon-top-view Thai-style-watermelon-carving thai-style-watermelon Thai-melon-carvings-on-display thai-melon-carvings several-carvings melon_carving19 melon_carving09-top-view melon_carving08  mango_carving24 honeydew-roses dyed-honeydew-carving curled-edged-watermelon-roses-close curled-edged-watermelon-roses-by-nita closer-look-watermelon-hearts cantaloupe-carving-top-view If you enjoy carving melons, you will love the Thai Pro Flexible Blade knife. You can learn more about it here.

If you want to learn to carve melons in the Thai style, check out my video lessons Carving Watermelons – Roses, Buds and Leaves. A great next step after that is the video lessons in Carving Melon Flowers – Smooth and Jagged Petals. Because you can get online access right away, you can start learning Thai fruit carving today.

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